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Full text of "Hand-BOOK OF Marks And MonograMs ON POTTERY & PORCELAIN"

The Collector's Hand-Book 



ON 



POTTERY af PORCELAIN 

HV 

WILLIAM CHAFFERS 

REVISED AN1* CONSIDERABLY AUGMENTED BY 

FREDERICK LITCHFIELD 



Mr; Wil3k:'-aBrs* Works 



1000 pp., Imp. Svo. 

marks ana monograms on european ana 
Oriental Potterp ana porcelain 

With Historical Notices of each Manufactory, preceded by an 

Introductory Essay on the Vasa Fictilia of the Greek, 

Romano -British, and Mediaeval Eras. Ornamental cloth, 

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FREDERICK LITCHFIELD 

AUTHOR OK "POTTHRY AND PORClfiLAIN," " II.LUKTMATKU 
OK JKUKN1TUKK," KTC. JCTC. 



LONDON 

REEVES AND TURNER 
83 CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C. 



First Edition, 1874 
Setond Jiitiiioni 1889 

Reprinted^ 1892 
A New Edition i 1X98 
ed) 1901 



ilted by BALLAMTVNK, HANSON Sr Cn. 
At the Bullumyhe iMcso 



EDITOR'S PREFACE 
TO THE NEW EDITION 

THIS New Edition of Chaffers' Hand-book is now published 
in a more complete form than the previous issues,, and 
should be of greater service to the collector, for, in addition 
to some 500 marks which have been contributed by the 
Editor, there are a great many which the late Mr. Chaffers 
had inserted in his Seventh Edition of the large book, 
but which had not been included in his previous edition 
of the Hand-book. The present edition is, therefore, a 
complete excerpt or resume as regards the marks of the 
original work, entitled "MARKS AND MONOGRAMS ON 
POTTERY AND PORCELAIN," by W. Chaffers, the last or 
eighth edition of which was revised by the present editor 
and published in 1897. 

No material change has been made in the arrangement 
of the work, which follows that of the larger book re- 
ferred to above. The sixc is handy for the collector's 
pocket j and to maintain this desirable end, some of the 
larger marks have been, reduced iru. scale and a lighter 
paper used, so as not to materially increase the bulk. 

The following very slight historical outline sketch has 
been added by the Editor, which it is hoped will be of 
service to the collector. 

The subject of the references in the following pages 
may be roughly divided into two classes Pottery and 



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Porcelain. Pottery includes stoneware and enamelled or 
glazed earthenware ; porcelain, that more vitreous and 
transparent composition of china clay and petuntse or 
ground flint, which is more akin to glass. 

For the purposes of this Hand book it is unnecessary to 
explain in further detail the differences in composition 
and texture of the two classes of Ceramics, but speaking 
generally, pottery breaks with a rough surface of its frac- 
tured parts, as would an ordinary piece of terra-cotta, 
while porcelain breaks with smooth surfaces, similar to 
glass. 

To the Pottery class belong all those faMtjues of 
enamelled earthenware called MAIOI.ICA, FAYKNCK, or 
DELFT, these being the Italian, French, and Dutch 
subdivisions respectively, although the terms have become 
intermixed, and casually applied to all classes of faience. 

The most famous of the Italian maiolica, first made in 
the later part of the fifteenth century, under the personal 
patronage and encouragement of the dukes or petty 
sovereigns of the little states and duchies into which 
Italy was then divided, are those of Urbino, Gubbio, 
Castel Durantc, Pcsaro, Faenza, and Caflagiolo, with many 
others, the marks of which occupy the first fifty pages 
of the Hand-book. Of the individual artists who deco- 
rated the ware, none is so celebrated as Maestro Giorgio 
Andreoli, more commonly known as Maestro Giorgio, who 
worked at Gubbio. Several of the characteristic and 
diversified signatures of this famous artist are given for 
the collector's reference, but as genuine specimens of this 
master have been so thoroughly searched for, and ab- 
sorbed into museums and well-known private collections, 
the unskilled collector should be very sceptical in accept- 



PRKFACK. VI 1 

ing any majolica attributed to Giorgio without the most 
convincing proofs of its authenticity. 

The numerous FAYENCES of France and Holland, and 
to a much smaller extent those of other countries, will 
be found represented by their ftihriqiic marks, and by the 
signatures or initials and monograms of the potters and 
artists who worked in their respective ateliers ; and 
perhaps a word of caution may here be given as to the 
numerous imitations of the best known of such faycnccs, 
such as those of Rouen, Moustiers, Marseilles, and 
Nevers, also those of Delft, which are made in large 
quantities in Paris, and sold in England and on the 
Continent to unwary collectors. 

The stoneware of Germany, commonly called "Gris 
de Flandres," also much of the old Fulhani ware of 
England, and the exceedingly scarce and valuable "Saint 
Porchairc" fayence of France, formerly known as Henri 
Deux ware, also the decorative fayence of Persia and 
Rhodes, of Spain, called Hispano-Moresco, have scarcely 
any distinguishing marks, but such as there are will be 
found to follow those of Italy, France, and Holland. 

The marks of the pottery of Staffordshire which arc 
given, were placed by Mr. Chaffers in the English section 
at the end of the book, preceding the English Porcelain 
marks, and I have not thought it prudent to transfer 
them, although they rightly belong to the first part of 
the book. 

PORCELAIN was made in China at a very early date, 
we do not know how early, but some centuries before its 
introduction into Europe; and the curious marks and 
hieroglyphics used by Oriental potters are given at con- 



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siderablc length, followed by those of Japan in the second 
section of the Hand-book. These singular characters, which 
appear to the casual observer as very similar to each 
other, have generally some meaning which relates to the 
article itself or to the purpose for which it was intended. 
Sometimes a proverb or legend, such as "Deep like a 
treasury of gems," or " For the public use in the General's 
Hall," is used as a mark ; while, more generally, the 
Oriental characters refer to the date or place of manu- 
facture, such as "Made in the King-tc period of the 
great Sung dynasty." 

It is, however, only right to state, in referring to marks 
on Chinese pottery and porcelain, that as the Chinese 
potters themselves have repeated the earlier marks and 
dates upon specimens of much later periods than such 
marks signify, the collector must not place reliance upon 
the marks, except when they agree with the apparent 
date of the specimen, as judged upon its merits with 
regard to its form and decoration. . 

The introduction, or rather the mention of the manu- 
facture of porcelain in Europe, dates from the first few 
years of the eighteenth century, and is generally attributed 
to a chemist named Bottger, at Meissen in Saxony. Some 
of the early marks impressed in the red - brown paste 
which is identified with his name will be found, and also 
the numerous marks of the different periods of the most 
celebrated porcelain factory of Saxony, generally called 
DRESDEN. 

From Meissen the secret of porcelain-making spread 
to Vienna, to other parts of Germany, and subsequently 
to France and England, gradually superseding . the glazed 



PREFACE. IX 



earthenware or faience upon which so much artistic care 
had been lavished. 

The famous Sevres factory has a history which can be 
divided into chapters representing different classes of 
manufacture, and the marks and monograms of the 
numerous artists who decorated this most delicate and 
valuable porcelain are given at considerable length, and 
will enable the collector to trace to the date of its manu- 
facture and the name of the decorator or gilder many 
a specimen in his cabinet. 

The group of English fabriques, commencing with the 
famous Bow works, then with Chelsea and Derby, after- 
wards amalgamated under Mr. Duesbury into the Chelsea- 
Derby factory, the famous Worcester factory started by 
Dr. Wall, the Bristol and Plymouth works, also the much 
sought after Welsh factories of Nantgarw and Swansea, 
with others of less importance, all followed the lead of the 
Meissen porcelain manufactory. The fabrique marks and 
many of the potters' marks will be found under their 
respective headings. 

The marks and monograms of the ceramic fabriqitcs 
of the Continent and of England form a fascinating object 
of collection, and the study of the origin or raison (Tttre 
of these various marks is in itself a most interesting and 
instructive hobby, carrying the collector into glimpses of 
international and family histories which will well repay his 
time and attention. 



INDEX 



MANUFACTORIES, MANUFACTURERS AND ARTISTS, 

WITH THEIR MARKS AND MONOGRAMS, ETC. 



A '....19, 42, 52, 88, 116, 156, 162, 

165, 168, 178, 186 

AAT.MES, potter 97 

A.B 64, 87, 88, 95, 151, 196, 

197, 230 

ABBEY (Richard), potter 216 

ABRUZZI (Castelli), pottery 39-41 

ABSOLON, potter 228 

AC 74 

ACOLE (Gio.)> potter 32 

AD 162, 178, 198 

ADAMS (William), potter, 206, 213, 214 

A.D.B 96 

A.D.RAC 49 

A.D.T. 72 

AD.W 91 

AJE.W T45 

A.K 23, 30, 32, 37, 87 

A.F.A 48 

AG 145. i6.5 

A.G.B. monogram 146 

AGFLOTRINCI (Silvestro d') 26 

AGOSTINO 43 

AGOSTINO RATTI 45 

A.H 84 

A.I 56, 97 

AK 95 

AI,COCK & Co. , potters 206 

ALCORA, pottery 52 

ALDKOVANDI (Carlo) 48 

AI<KX, poutsr 74 

Alexander I., Emperor of kugsin.. 165 
Alexander II., Emperor of Russia 165 

ALK. P.F 5 

ALFONSO PATANA//I 5,6 

AU.EN (Robert), potter 228 

,, AI.I.IOT (J.), potter 74 

^I-ONCLK, painter 186 

Alpha and Omega i, 2 

Altar si. 39 

ALTENROLHAU 82, 152 

ALT HALDENSTEBEN, por- 
celain 160 



A.M 200, 201 

AMAND (St.), porcelain 174 

AMAND (St.), pottery 07 

AMBERG, pottery 84 

Amhcrst pattern 211 

AMR 23 

AMSTEL, porcelain ifa 

AMSTERDAM, pottery 93 

porcelain 162 

A.N 76, 82, [52 

Anchor marks. ...37, 46, 71, 72, 79, 81, 

84, 145, 146, 170, 171, 188, 207, 

216, sig, 333, 226, 333 

ANDF.NNES 91 

ANDKI';, painter 196 

ANOKKA w BONO 18 

AN DKEOLI (Giorgio) 8~ i a 

(Saliinbenc) 14 

ANGOULKME, porcelain.... 179, 181 

AngnulCniK (Due d 1 ) 179 

ANNABURG, pottery 84 

AN N ET ( Chateau d 1 ), potterv .... 62 

ANSPACI-I, porcelain '. 150 

pottery Sr 

paintttr 186 



ANTHONY'S (St.), potterv 225 

ANTOINIfi, FAUB.ST....'....i77 ( 181 

Antoinette (Marie) 178 

ANTONIUONS, potters 30 u6 

AO. LASD1NR .'.I. 36 

A.I* 6,72,76, 165, 196, 201 

AIMUI.LO, modclU-r 14-1 

Al>K q'= 

A.P.M.l i.,.;... fc 

APOIL, j>ainter 190 

APPKL (Joannes den) oc 

APKEY, poucrv ' 7 z 

APT ; to 

AR 71, 149, 151, 170 

Arabic numerals 217 

AKCHKLAIS, pnintcr 196 

ARDUS 66 

AREND DC HAAK ...,, 95 



TM1 X. 



Ann hoMii)!* ;\ 
AKM.XNII. tM;m 



ARNSTAPT, 
ARRAS, pnuvl 
Arrow mat Us.,. 



AKTOts (( 'nmte r ), p 
ARV. UK. MI1.DK 



AsifwuKTii, pntter 
ASSKJ.YN, painter 

ASSM'.T (ttnlwrt) 
ASTIU'KY Cnms.), poltiT 

ASTON NKN 

A.T 

ATIIANASIUS, poitcr 

AilHKttT, painter 

AUMUND, poUi-ry 

AUSTIN, potter, 

AUSTRIA, porcelain ........... 1^2, 

A.V ........... ! ............................ 

AVBC ..................................... 

AVKLU (KmZanto), painter. ...... 

AVH ...................................... 

AVISSK (Saul), painter ................ 

AVISSKAU (Victor), putter ........... 

AVON, pottery ........................ 

AVON LES FONTA1NE- 
BLEAU, pottery. ............... 

Axe, a mark ................... 95, 160, 

AYNSLKY (J.). potter ................. 



TA.K 

Ji\in;t/i i t\VtiO, pniirr st> 

P. \|{i MIX (St''|.niti). pntter 37 

Uu'iiJ r, juwter iBfo 

HAKI.O\\ (If.inn.ih H, ). iiiti-it 230 

--- < {Arthur IV), ai list 230 

.. JHiiirno'), artiit 231 

llAKtiN! ((iitiv.lliiu), potl'| 31), I4<>, 

H7 

1VMJK, jwittrr 210 

MAKKAT, p.tinter i6 

liAUKK, ptiililrr I0*> 

PiARKIA f, Jiaitlt'T I'./'i 

AK'Ii>1.(> (!''.), jviltrr 154 



21 
iBh 

86 
225 
153 

73 

57 
i 

96 

196 
73 

57 

57 
194 
213 



B 20, 21, 58, 60, 71, 76, 88, ()8, 

154, 163, 164, 173, 186, 187, 
197, 219, 229 

BAAN (I.) 95 

BACCHUS (W.) ( potter 214 

BADDELEY, potters 209, 210 

BADEN, porcelain 160 

BAGNIOKEA 26 

BAGNOUi, MOUNT 18 

BAILEY, potter 213 

BAILLEUL, fayence 93 

BAILLY, painter 186 

BAIREUTH, pottery 80 

porcelain 155 

BALDASARA MANARA, potter 22 

BANKS and TURNER, potters 214 

BAPTISTA (Giovanni) 24 

BAR, painter 186 

HARANUFKA (Banmuwka), 

porcelain 166 

BARBE, painter 186 

BARBIN(F.), painter 169, 196 



i.XR True Unnuitui ................. 

t. \SSANO ............................. 

ikissfonl (Nnttin^liamJ ............... 

HASSCI (Laurrnsl, potter ............. 

HATKIN, potter ......................... 

UAUIMK;IN, painter .................. 

ISAVAKIA, purrulain,.,, ....... 155, 

pottery .......................... 

I4AYKUX, porciilain ................. 

KAYRiiUTlI.porwlain ........... 

pottery 



35 
38 

sa.S 
73 



156 

81 

174 

i,S5 



BB 
NCI 
HI) 
Mi 



57. 



- 173 
180 

if>3 
45 
55 
43. 

186.' 
Oft 

209. 

2241 



Itaacon..... 

MKAXJVA1S, pottrry 

HKCIIONK nwi* NANO 

MicrgUKT, painter 

liKPKAU (Jos.), monogram 

Beehive, as a mark 

HKKVRRS, potter 

BELGIUM, porcelain 103, 1^4] 

pottery 90 03' 

BULL (W.), potter 224 1 

Hell as a mark 224^ 

BKLLKNHKK (N. J.) 61 

HELLK VUK, pottery 221 

BELLE1CK, pottery and porcelain 234 

BELLEVILLE, porcelain 181 

Molls, the three, a sijjn 95 

BKNKDK.TTO, potter 34 

BENTHAL, pottery ai6 

HKNTJ.KY (Thomas), potii'r 204 

HICRANGKK, painter 1^7 

MERLIN, porcelain 153 

MKKNARUINUS of Siena 34* 

MKUTIIKVIN, potter 77, 78. 

HKKTINO Rio 28 

HKKTKAND (P.), painter 187 

BE$AN(,!ON, p(;ttery 74 

HKTTIGNIKS, putter 174 

'.& (Baron), potter 6s, 173 



INDEX. 



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PAGE 

B.f 197 

BFB 

B.FS 97 

B&G 167 

BG 41, 143, 167 

BIENFAIT, painter 187 

BIGOUR AT (Claude), potter 59 

BlLLINGSLEY, potter 23. 

BINET, painter 187, i8J 

BING and GKONDIIAL, potters.... 167 

BINNS (R. W.), potter 22; 

BIRCH (E. J.). potter 20* 

Bird, as a mark 46, 83, 84, 85, 162, 

187, 216 

BiRNEY(Mc), potter 234 

BK So 

BL 45,91, 159, 164, 167, 170, 172 

BLANCH ARD, painter 197 

B la R 72, 171 

BLC 91 

BLOIS, pottery 63 

BLOMFOP 95 

BLOOR (R.), potter 227, 228 

BM 21, 90 

BN 62,172, 173, 187 

Boat (the gilt), a sign 95 

Been, potter 91, 164 

BOHEMIA, porcelain 153 

BO1SETTE, porcelain 173 

BOISSIMON (Ch. de), potter 73 

BOITEL, painter 197 

BONCOIRANT, potter 72 

BONDY(Rue de), porcelain 179 

BONN, pottery 84 

BONNEKOY (A.), potter 71 

BONNUIT, painter 197 

BONO (Andrea di) 18 

BONPENC1ER, pottery 48 

BONTEMPS (V.), potter 87 

BOOTH (Enoch), potter 206 

BORDEAUX, porcelain 174 

pottery 69 

BORELLY, potter 47 

BORGO SAN SEPOLCHRO... 33 

.BORNE (Claude), potter 59, 61 

. (H.), potter 58 

(Maria Stephanas) 92 

BOSELLI (J.), potter 47, 71 

Bottger's marks 149, 150 

Bottle, the porcelain 94 

Bottles, the three porcelain 94 

BOUCHER, painter 187 

BOUCOT, painter 187 

BOUILLAT, painter 187 

, BOULANGER, painter. 187 

} BOULARD (J.), potter. 58 

vBouLLEMiER, painter 197 

'BOULOGNE, porcelain 171 



PACK 

BOUQUKT (M.) 57 

BOURDU (J.), potter 58 

BOURG LA REINE, porcelain. 171 

pottery 72 

I3oussKMAR r f(F.), potter 92 

BOW, porcelain 232, 233 

BOWICRS, potter 206 

Row nnd arrow murk 233 

BOYLE, potter 211 

BR.t 80,97 

BI J T 



B.P.M 153 

BR 76, 171, 197 

BRADWELL, pottery 205 

BRAMELD, potter 224 

BRANCAS LAUKAGUAIS, potter... 170 

BREITENBACH, porcelain 159 

BKIANCIION, potter i8r 

BRJEL (1*. Van dor), potter 94 

BRIOT (I''ran9ois), potter 56 

KKIOU (Edme), potter 57 

BRISTOL, pottery and porcelain 229 
BROUWER (Isaac, Justus, and 

Hugo), potters 94 

Brown, Westlicad, Moore & Co., 

potters 210 

BRUGES, fayence 91 

BKUMENT, potter 59 

BRUNTON&CO., potters 225 

BRUSSELS, porcelain 163, 164 

fayence 90, qt 

B.S io 

BT OS 

BUCHWALH, Director 78 

BUEN RETIRO, porcelain, 147, 148 

pottery 53, 147 

BULIDON, pairuer 387 

BUNEL, painter 387 

13URG (L.) potter. 87 

BURSLEM, potteries, &c 2O4-2or 3 

TEUX, painter 187, 188, 197 

TLKR, artist 231 

SUTLER, potter 224 

iUTTERTON (Mary), artist 231 

B.V 56, 89 

B. W. M. &Co 210 

B.X Kj7 



C i, 14, 24, 164, 183, 188, 190 

"JAHAU, painter 197 

JABRI, potter 74 

Jaduceus, anifirk ...149, 176, 190, 218 

CAEN, porcelain 174 

CAEVALIER, painter 189 

CAFFAGIOLO, maiolica 29-33 

3AILLOU (Gros), porcelain 178 

JALDAS, maiolica. 53 



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INDEX. 



CALLEGARI, potter 15 

CAMIJIASI (Luca) o 

CAMBRAY, painter 92 

CAMURIA 215 

CAMHRIAN pottery 23^ 

CAMHRIAN AJKJII 213 

CAMP ANI (Kerdinanclo) 35 

CAMPHKI.I. (Colin Mintun) an 

CANDIANA, pottery 39 

CANTON (New), see liOW. 

C APKLLK, pai nter 188 

CAPES (Miss M.), artist 230 

CAPO DI MON'I'E, porcelain,.. 143 

CAPRONNIKR, painter 197 

CAPUCINES (Rue Neuve des), 

porcelain 179 

CAR 18, M4 

CARDIN, painter 188 

CARI (Ce'sare), painter 8 

CARL THEODOR (Elector), potter 154 
CAROUSEL (Petit), porcelain..,. 180 

CARRIER, painter 188 

CAROCCI, KAURI & Co., potters.,. 14 

CASALI, potter 15 

CASAMENE, pottery 74 

CASTEL, painter.. 188 

CASTEL DIRUTA, maiolica... 24, 25 
CASTEL DURANTE, maiolica 

CASTELLI, maiolica 39- 41 

CASTJLHON, pottery 72 

CASTLEFORD, pottery 224 

CASTLE GREEN (Bristol), pot- 

tery 229 

Cathedral of Florence 142 

Catherine II. of Russia i& 

CATON, painter i8S 

CATRICE, painter 188 

CAUGHLEY, pottery and porce- 
lain .- 216, 217 

CAULDON PLACE, pottery 

209, 210 

CAUSSY (P.) 61 

g 24, 76, 87, 95, 155, 196 

CBD 216 

CC 8, 15, 62, 148, 157, 173, 183 

197, 211. 212 

CCC.CP 92 

CD 74, 175, 198, 217 

CDG 96 

CELOS, painter 197 

CENCIO, painter 14 

CENIS(St.), pottery 68 

C6SARE (Cari), painter s 

CF 147, 152, 228 

C & G 212, 223 

CGW 22* 

CH 177, 188 



'& n 

:u. Lie HOY 

'UAUKV, paintt*r 

.s (Uichnrci), pmicr 



210 

175 

188 
215 

219 

234 

229 

210 
177 
188 
169 
170 
188 



197 
'97 



JIIATKAU IVANNKT 62 

CHATILLON, porcelain 174 

CHAUVKAUX, painter 188, 189 

CHEUSKA, porcelain 233 

CHELSKA-UUK1W, poiwtlain... 226 
CHKTHAM & WOOI.KY, potters.... ait- 

CincANNKAtr, potters 169, 176 

CHILD (Smith), potter flo6 

Chinese devices 1 05 et set/. 

dynasties 99 - 1 02 

inscriptions 109 

numerals 108 

periods 100 - 102 



'II, \MHKKS & (!()., pntU'l's 

'HAMI'ION (K.)> potter 

Champion's patent 

.'11ANOU (H. K.) 

(Sophi) 187* 

.tHANTILLY. pom-lain 

'n.\ri-:i.i.K oo, 

'HAPt'is, painter. 

'harli*s X.. 

jl lARLO'lTKNHU R( I, puree- 
lain 

!lIAKIKNTJKK, piUDtiT 

JiiAKKm (Ksuniy), painter.. . . 



CHINESE porcelain 99-119 

seal stamps 103^ 

CHOISY (De), painter 189 

CHOISY.faycnce 55, 56 

porcelain 175* 



CHOLLKT, potter 66 

CHRISTIAN, potter 216 

CHULOT, painter 189 

CIANNJCO (Luc. Ant.), painter,.., 41 

C1E 214 

CIROU (Ciquaire), potter 169 

C.J 188 

C:L 95, 168 

CLARKE, potter 224 

CI.AUDU Rivif:RKND, potter 56 

Claw (the), asign 95 

CLEMENT, potter 175 

CLEKISSY, potter 63 

of Marseilles, potter 69 

of Moustiers, potter 63 

CLERMONT FERRAND, pot- 

. tery 71 

CLEWS, potter 207 

CLICHY(Rucde), porcelain 178 

CLIGNANCOURT, porcelain.., 171 

CLOSE & Co., potters 212 



INDEX. 



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CLOUD (St. ), porcelain 169 

CLOUD (St.), pottery 56 

CM 176, 189 

CN 62, 173 

COALPORT 218, 233 

COBRIDGE, pottery 207 

COCCORESE (To. Carlo) 41 

Cock used as a mark 93, 160 

COCKSON & HARDING, potters.... 210 

COIMBRA S3 

COLEBROpK DALE 217 

COLLINS (Miss), artist 230 

COLOGNE, fayence 90 

Gres '. 90 

COLONNESE (F. & (3.), potters... 42 

Comet, as a mark 185 

COMMELIN, painter 189 

Compasses 193 

Con Pol di S. Casa 47 

CONRADE (Domenique), putter.... 58 

CONRADE family 58 

CONSTANT, painter 197 

CONSTANTIN, painter 198 

COOKWORTHY (William), potter 

228, 229 

COPELAND, potter 211 

COPELAND and GARKET 212 

COPENHAGEN, porcelain....;... 167 
CORENTIN QUIMPER, pot- 

tery 73 

CORNAILLE, painter 189 

COSEL (Comtesse) 149 

COTTIER (Andre"), potter 180 

COURTILLE (De la), porcelain 177 

COURTNEY, potter 228 

COUTURIER, painter 189 

Cozzi (Geminiano), potter 144, 145 

CP 145, 179, 180, 188, 197 

CRAWLEY (Miss), artist 231 

CRE1L, fayence 55 

CREMER (M. L.), potter 90 

Crescent 4, 7, 54, 144, 166, 192, 

217, 219, 221, 222 

CRETTE(L.), potter 163 

CROS, painter 64 

CROSA (Paolo) 39 

CROSS... 20, 35, 38, 62, 66, 69, 74, 144, 

157. I S 8 , 165, 167, 176, 229 

CROWN-DERBY, porcelain 226, 227 

Crowns (three) of Sweden 77, 78 

C R P L 8 

CRU'sSOL\Rue'de)i'porceVain'.!'. 181 

CS 70, 76, 218 

Of 154, 198 

Cumse, a pattern 234 

'pjSTiNE (General), potter 62, 173 

^CuSTODE, potter 58 



PAC.R 

CV. 95, 158 

C. We. Dw 168 

CYFFLE (P. L.), potter 172 

Cycles, Chinese 107 

Japan 128 



CYPLES, potter 213 



D 25, 26, 60, 82, 96, 97, 189 

226, 227, 228 

DAGOTY (P. L.), potter 181 

(R.F.) 181 



DALE, potter 207 

DAM (J.), potter 94, .95 

DAMMOUSE, painter 198 

DANIEL (Henry), potter 212 

(Ralph), potter 207 

(Richard), potter 212 



DANTZIG, pottery 85 

DA. PW 95 

DARAUBERT, potter 172 

DARMSTADT 158 

DARTE, potter. 178 

DASTIN, potter 179 

DAUSSY (A.), initials of. 68 

DAVENPORT, potter , 207 

DAVID, painter 198 

DAVIGNON, painter 198 

DAWSON, potter 225 

D.B 147 

DC 198 

DD Co 224 

DECK (Theodore), potter 56 

DECKER 95 

DE LA COURTILLE, porcelain 177 

DELAKOSSE, painter 198 

DELENKUR (Demoiselles), potters 170 

DELFT, pottery 94-98 

DELTUF(A.), potter 177 

DELVECCHIO ( F. ), potter 41 

DE MOLL, potter 162 

DENIS FAUB". (St.), porcelain. 178 

DENMARK, porcelain 167 

pottery 77-79 

DERBY, pottery and porcelain 226-28 
DERBY-CHELSEA, porcelain... 226 

DERICIISWEILKR, painter 198 

DERUELLE (Pierre), potter 171 

DKSPERAIS, painter 198 

DESVRES, pottery 66 

DEUTSCH, painter 198 

DEVELLY, painter 198 

DEVERS (Joseph), potter 56 

DEX 95 

DEXTRA, potter 95 

D.F 198 

DG 144, 199 

Dh 198 



XVI 



INDTCX. 



DI 1^8 

DIDIKK, painter 198 

DJKU, painter 1189 

DIHL (Christopher), potter 179 

DILLWYN, potter 233. 234 

Diomed of Viterbo 29 

DIOMRDK of Durante 5 

DIONIOI MAKINF, potter 37 

DION iso BKKTINO Kio 28 

DIRMSTEIN, pottery 82 

DIRL'TA, maiolica 24 26 

Distaff, a mark I 

DixoN, potter 225 

DixoN, PlHU.li'.s & Co 225 

DK aaf. 

DlvL 30 

DI-K 58 

DM tfi, 32g 

D.O.' 28 

DOCCJA, porcelain 142, 143 

11 Doctor Wall" period, marks 

used in 220 

DGLJIN, painter 189 

DOKS (Vander), potter 95 

Dolphin, as a mark 103 

Dome of Florence 142 

DOMEN ico da Venezia 35 

Do M M 1C R (Georgts) , pot ter i Oa 

DONALDSON (John), painter 219 

DON, pottery 224 

DONG ASTER, pottery 224 

DONKIN, potter 225 

DONOVAN, potter. 234 

DOKBZ (Freres) 163 

. / j^ A ) 92 

DORNHEIM,' pottiry, '!'.!!'.!'.'.'.!'.!! 86 

DOULTON, potter 230 

Doulton's fayence and stone- 
ware 230 

DP 66, 88 

D.R 189 

DRANU, painter 189 

DRESDEN, porcelain 149-151 

DROUICT, painter 198 

D.S.K 95 

190, 198 



DT.. 
DV.. 



169 

'DVDD 9 S 

DVXI 96 

DUBLIN, pottery 234 

DUBOIS, potter [70, 177 

painter 189 

DUCLUSEAU, painter 198 

DUES13UKY (William), potter 126, 227, 

DUMAS (Mad. Veuve) ^56 

DUNDERDALE (David), potter 224 

DURANTE, maiolica 15-18 



DUKANTINO ((xllido) 2, 3 

(I'Vancusco) " 



DUKOSKY, painter 189, io t j, 198 

DUKOT (Leprnv), IJOIUT 103 

Du.sni,LK, painter 189 

DUTANOA, painter 190 

DUYKN, potter 95 

Dy 198 



57, 78, 164, 226 



ICH 



pniirry 



209 
, 180 



N, painter ...... ! 

KCKKKNKOKDK, layftur 
lv de M ................. ', 

S (Mi.ss), artist 



KK.H 
ICC1 



KlIKKNKMi'll, potttT 

K.I. 

KISLCNACII, poiU'ry 



78 

yt>8 

8<> 

200 



K,LHO<iKN, ptirci-lain 

Mlbnw, as a ni,\rU ........... iss 

KI.KRS (J. I 1 , and D.ivid), poitru. ^s 
MI.KIN, putter ................. -/la 

KM ................................... oo 

ICNGKKKON TAINK, pt.tn-iy, ,, 55 
IN(.iLIS!l pottery and pnivH.un 

wi,\ .id hiicin. 
KNNIUS KAYNKKIUS .................. 24 

I'K ....... , ........................... vni, KM 

Krminci as a niaik .............. iH^, it 

KSKJNIC .................................. 49 

IST1, fnycucc ........................ (7 

- porcelain ........................ 147 

ICstc (Cardinal d 1 ) ..................... ,st 

ETIOT.LKS, poivdain ............. i; i 

ETRURIA, potu-ry ........... yuf, ?o 

EUROPEAN poicehun .......... 142 HI'. 

flncm. 
EVANS, paintor ........................ n/, 

EVKKS ((icurit), potter .............. Hi. 

live within a triangle ......... , .... ifrf. 

EYKK (John), arti.-.t .............. a,jt 



R 19, 30, 41, ./>, ^o, r^, 71, 
88, 142, 15'), 1 80, i </ci/t (/;,*, 



KB 



INDEX. 



XV11 



FABRIANO, maiolica 26 

FABRICA DE ARANDA 52 

FABRICA DE MASSAREL- 

LOS 53 

FABRICA GOSPODINA 165 

FAENZA, maiolica 18-24 

FAHLSTROM (A.), potter 77 

Falcon mark 46 

FALOT, painter. 190 

FANCIULACCI, chemist 142 

FANO (Nicolo da) 22 

FARAGUET, painter 198 

FAUCIIIKR, potter 71 

FAUQUEZ, potter 67, 174 

Fayence 54-98, 230 

Spode's New 211 

FAZ 66 

FB ...56, 64, 91, 92, 154, 196, 197, 23 r 

F.R.G.F 87 

F.B.L 92 

FC 35, 43. 76, 197 

F.C.L 173 

FD 17, 24 

FDVN 41 

Fe 63,76,95 

tKBURIER (Jac.) 92 

FELL & Co., potters , 225 

Felspar china 211 

FENTON, pottery 212, 214 

FiSRAUD, potter 65 

FKRDINANDO CAMPANI 3*5 

FJSRRARA, maiolica 45 

FKRRAT (Freres), potters 64 

FERRYBRIDGE, pottery 224 

FKUILLET, potter 180 

JTC 4,49* '4-1. 158 

F.F.0 4 

KG 199 

F.G.C 7 

F.G.Ko 13 

199 

1 39 

FJCQUENKT, painter 199 

FISCHER, potter [52, 153 

Fish, as a mark 45, 113, 114, 161, 163 

Fish-hook, a marlc 37 

FL .' 76, 231 

Flag, as a mark 64 

FUmbcau, as mark 177, 192 

FLAMKN KLKURY, potter 178 

FLAMINIO (Fontana) 4 

FLAN, potter 178 

Fleur-de-lis... 60, 70, 75, 143, 144, 148, 
169, 182, 183, 195 

FLKUKY (Flamcn), potter 178 

FLIKGKL, painter 82 

FLIGHT, potters 210 

/r'LORENCK, porcelain '. 142 



FLORENCE, pottery 39 

FLORSHEIM, pottery 83 

Flower-pot (the), a sign 94 

FLR 7 

F.M 1 168, 196, 200 

F. MED. II 142 

FOESCY, porcelain 180 

FOI 34 

FONTAINE, painrer 190, 109 

FONTA1NEBLEAU (Avon less), 

faycnce 57 

FONTAINES (Sept) 164 

FONTANA (Flamimo) 4 

(Guidp), potter 3 

(Ortixio), potter 4 

KONTKIJASSO (Kratclli), potters.... 1^4 

KONTKLLIAU, pnilltCT 190 

Foot, a mark 97 

Fork, us a mark 158 

FOR LI, maiolica 27-29 

Fortune, a sign 95 

FOUQUI';, potter 73 

FOURK, painter 190 

FOURNIKR (Pierre), potter 65 

FOWKKS (Sir Francis) 215 

FP 6, 72 

K.P.R 44 

FR...23, 53, 59, 143, 153, 176, 182, 201 

FKAGONARD, painter 199 

FRATN, potter 82 

FRANC K, porcelain 169- 181 

pottery 54-75 

FRANCESCO DUKANTINO 16-18 

SILVANO 5 

URWNI 25 

XANTO i, a 

KKANCIIO (Sig.), Naples 41 

FKANKKNTHAL, pored ;ii n .... 154 

pottery 82, '83 

KRANTX (J. D.), potter 98 

KKANTZISN, piiintor 77, 166 

FUATK, potlcr 25 

KUEKLING & Co., potters 214 

French Republic, mark of 1873 

(Sevres) 184 

FRITSCH, painter 190 

FKYK (Thomas), potter 233 

FKYTOM (K V.) 95 

F.T 89 

KULDA, porct-Liiii 158 

KULIIAM, pottery 229 

KUMKX, pn inter 190 

KUNFKIRCJUCN, potttsry 83 

I'URSTENBUKG, porcelnin 156 

KURSTLKK, painter i^s 

FX 1,190 

FXAR t 

FX 190 



XVUI 



INDKX. 



PAt.l. j I'AfiK 

G 8, 31, 32, 42, ,|rj, rtsj, 6Vj, oi, lO'i, Glo \NHTTl (Dr.), pntli'l 144 

101, lOj, I0j, 174, Hyi, Hjt, ; Gli>K>;t jAinbinMni, modeller Kj8 

(JA . I7V (MaeMm) 8 12 

G.A.A 7'i GIOVANNI (Arnlr) 32 

G.A.H. monogram I.JM ! (UaptiMa) 24 

GAHKRII, VK.NtJOKWiiK.v 03 (Maria I.. J5 

GAHICIO (11) 15 GIOVINAI.K, f'lVrini), paintrr ja 

GAHKIKI. (la Gubbio 14 GIUAKII, painter 100 

GA KAG I ZUTTO, maioliea 31 , (iiKni.AMo, of Gabicr. 

G.A.J'T 144 

GAG 15 



CJAI.IANO, nuiioliwi 3-.; GIKONIMO o, 15 

G.A.M 101 . GJCSTINIANI, potters 42 

GANKAU, painter mo ' ( .l^ Ko f 5 

G.A.O.I'' \7 | G.I 151 

CiAK oo i (il.ASS (Joseph), potter 21-14 

GAKDIK (U), potter 181 |(il '"' 

(iAKDiN (Nicolas), potter.. 



GAUUNICK, Moscow, potter ......... 165 

GAKOKAI/), painter ..... ............ 20, 38 

GAUKKT, potter ........................ 212 

GAITTIIIKK, painter ................... igo 

GA/.G, potter..., ........................ 09 

Gil ............................... 05, 147, 181 

G. H.A. B .............................. 30, *4't 

G.H.K .................................... 4, 108 

87 



G.C.I 1 



G.I) ....................................... ION 



Gl.t'KK, painter... 80 

(J,M i4S> If J 2 

G.0 59 

G.O.U 7 

CidiiKKT, painter 109 

( i< b. K i OQ 

(JODIN, painler JOf; 

(JOGGlN<iI-:N, ptUM-y Hi 

GOMKKV, paititfir ". 

I JuNV ( Jean), pnlhT 



TOO 

7.S 
10.; 

GKI.Y, painUir inn \ GO.SSK, potter 174 

GKI./,, pntu-r 81, i.s-j. j GOTIIA* pun via m too 

GI-:NI-:SK (!<,.), potter joi i(i(unA (M.iriiinr-i, p-iit-i 04 

GKNKST, painter n>n | GiU'i,i>iN; (Win.), pnti"r r .^n 

(il'aNICV A, porcelain itn G()l'I/r oo 

CiKNiN, painter ijo Gut'i'ii., paintei inn 

CilCNOA, pottery j; G.I'... 142 

(iKNKIT KVKKS ) GJs'. 17; 

GKNTIU, painter p < lUAl-'i^NK'* )DA, JM.II-I v.. Ho 

CiKdUriKT, painter io < JKAIN;I-,K H Jrnij'.rl, jintt-'i ., .... ::*'3 

CJIORA, porei'lain mo' - Ll'.l-. \ <'i., PMIHT^, , . 22 j 

CiKRMANY, pourlain 140 mo GKANUKI., painter 04 

] lottery Ko flli Gi,i|>plin;; ItouU, a mark .'-17 

CtKRONA, porcelain 647 | (KA'lAr.\(iM \, puitei \\. 

GK.KRAKD, painter KJO ' GKI- MI-K, pottir Mn 

CS.K i.% i,\y ! < ir'ek r/ (ilie), a :.i;;n 04 

G.F.G 4!! r - - - eliaraelers on Mamlir.i i,a 

CJG 4<), s>o ' GKKKN Si- ( '. , ]Kttei , r /'3 

(J.II o,s, 178] (Jolin), potter -.'^i 

GiiAYi. (mark of) OH , (Tlio-..), pntt-r ;*i.j. 

(illKDT (W. J. M.), potter 87 I GttKINMt (( Ji (tt)ielf J, It'Her, .i-JJ, I \vt 

(IKKIXS'I'ADT, |Miif.'l;nn i" | 



Ginrc, painter. rOj 

(ilKNT, potUM-y 74 

Gild of St. Luc r>,^ 

(ilLLKT, potter iSr 

GII.MO (M.iititro), puller 12 

GtNOttl, potters 143 



GKKMONT, painter ,.,.. >;,- 

GRI'-S, unknown mat Us ?ig o^ > 

Giilfin mark MM j 

(JKISON. painter ti|i 

GKOIJN 1 , j.ottery 6 



INDEX. 



X1X 



J'Ar.E 

GRONDAHL, potter 167 

GROSBREITENBACH, porce- 
lain 159 

GROS CAILLOU, porcelain 178 

GROS, potter 64 

GRUE, potters 40 

GRUNSTADT, pottery 84 

G.S 25, 46 

G.T 191, 230 

Gu 199 

GUBBIO, maiolica 8-14 

GUKKHAKD, potter 179 

GUICMARD, potter 65 

GUIDO DtTRANTINO 2, 3 

MERLINO 3 

SALVAGCilO 18 

GuiLLEBAim, painter 60 

GUILLEMAIN, painter 199 

Guitar, a mark 233 

GULF.NA, potter 165 

GUNTHER, pottt-r 214 

GUSTAFSBERG, pottery 79 

GUY, potter 178, 180 

G.V 25, 48 

GVA1RR.B. monogram 17 

G.V.S.. 95 



II 4 r i 7 2 73 76. 8o - 82, 88, 95, 97, 

165, 170, 175, 177, 191 

11.43 151 

HAAG (J.), potter 124 

HACKWOOD, potter 210 

HAFI-RINGUE, potter 171 

HAGICN (Van der) 94 

HAGUE, porcelain 162 

IlAlDlNfSKR, potter 152 

HALDENSTEBEN, porcelain... lOo 

HALLTON, painter 199 

HAMBURG, pottery 93 

HAMILTON, potter 212 

HANCOCK (Robt.) 210 

(Sampson), potter 228 

Hand 51 

HANLEY, pottery 207-210 

HANNONG (Jos. Adam) ...62, 82, J54, 

... :-'**, S 3, 154.' 175 
Pierre Antome) 62, 72, 170, 177 

HARBURG, pottery 81 

HARDING & COCKSON, potters... 210 

Hare 113 

HAKLEY (T.), potter 213 

Harp, as a mark 234 

HARRISON (G.J, potter 214 

Hart (the), a sign 95 

HARTLEY, GREKNS it Co. , potters 223 
i VAN LA UN, potter 93 



(Paul) 

(Pierre 



Hatclict, as a mark 95, 160, 194 

HAVE (Ln), porcelain 162 

Hay-fork, as a mark 158 

HAYNES (George), potter 233 

II. B 58, 73, 230 

H.C 191 

HCD 80 

H.D 56, 158 

1IDK 98 

Head, a mark 21, 95 

Heart, as a mark, .....64, 168, 190 

HKATFI & SIIORTIIOSK, potters... 208 

HKATIICOTK & Co., potters 21 ; 

HE.HA 88 

HELSINJiERG, pottery 79 

HKNNKKKNS (C. J.), potter 93 

HENRI II WARE 54, 55 

HRNRION, pninter 191 

IIERCULANEUM, pottery 216 

HEREND, porcelain 152 

HKKicouitT, painter 191 

IlKKoi.n (C. F.), painter 151 

HKRK (K.), painter J52 

HKRWKGK, painter 78 

HESSE DARMSTADT, porcc- 

lain tc;8 

H et L, putters 170 

II. F 41, 171, 108 

H.G 76,95 

H.H 17, 88 

HICKS, MKICJII, & JOHNSON, 

potters sto 

IIILDESHErM, porcelain r$7 

IIii.DiTni (Messrs.), potters 213 

Lhr.KKN, painter iyi 

IIn.MtKKr; (D.), painter 77 

IIllM'OMTO ROMBAl.lxriTI., 16 

IIISPANO-MOOUrSII potKtry.. 51 

I-l.K 62/88, ih 

III 88, 170, 200 

UN 88 

IIOCIIST, porcelain 154 

pottery 81, 82 



Ilor.nsuii* (Joaiali), jiotti-r ....218, 219 
(Richard), potter, 218, 219, 227 



HOLITSC1I, fuycnco 80 

HOLLAND, porcelain 161, ifta 

pottery 93 98 



Hoi. I, INS (Samuel), potter '209 

(T, findj.), potters 200 

HOI.MK.S, potter 209 

HONORI';, potters 181 

liook, as a mark 37 

HOORK.N (Van) 95 

Horn, as a mark 1/10 

IIORNBliRO, pottery 84 

Horse, ns a mark 95, 156 

HOT LANK, pottery *.. 207 



XX 



INDEX. 



IIOUDA, fiiycncc 93 

HOUKY, paiiitiur 19* 

HOUSKI,, polter 178 

H.I' 56, 83, 91, 194 

HR 2or 

II. S ,59, 62, 8i f 88, 213 

H.S.I.R 90 

H.S.T.R 95 

HUAKD, pointer , 399 

HuiiAunifeKK (Do lii), potter 73 

HUBERTSBKRG, pottery 89 

HULL, pottery 224 

HUMHKKT, painter 199 

HUNGARY, porcelain 152 

HUNIJ, painter 191 

H.V 75, K8 

HVG 89 

H.V.K. 95 

II.V.M.D 95 

H.V.S 97 

HYl/rON, pottery 225 

H.Z.Z ! 170 



1 14, 76, 191 

I. A 196 

lACOMO T)A I'KSAKO, potter 36 

VASSRLLAKO, of Venice... 37 

FAG 53 

IAII 154, iS5 

I.B 57.95 

1.'' 95. I3 . 197 

1.1) 56, 189, 219 

I.D.A 95 

I.D.I 1 >> 

I.I 1 ' 90, 96, 20O, 2ii8, 2}1 

J.K.B 210 

IKS 4*1 

Mi 38, 97. W 

J<;R 170 

I.G.S 40 

l.G.V 90 

IM 59. to 95. *75. T 9* 



I.K 95 

I.I 74, 200 

ILMICNAU, pottery 85 

IMI'KRATRICKO/), porcdain. 181 

I m pcrial I'' pochs (Sevres) 1 83 , i<l\ 

I.N 42, TKJ, Tgh 

I.l 34, 180 

I. P. I. (in 

T.R 24, 70, 90, r4,j, 176, 2oj 

IRELAND, pottery 234 

Ironstone china 21 -^ 

I.S 57, 58, 23| 

ISLKWORTII, porcelain and 

pot tcry ssr t 



I.T 

ITAI 

ITA 



IVII 
I.V.I 
IAV 



I'At.K 

203 
JKNS, BUULKVARI) ...... 179 

Y, majolica. .................... 1-50 

p ( )rcelain ................... 1 42- 1 47 

..................................... 95 

....................................... 95 

..................................... 96 

95 



JACINTO MONTI, potter ^3 

I Ar< t >UKS At IUI.I.IK.N, i>ouers 171 

JAMAKTdJ.), potter. 75 

JAPANICSIC porcelain 120 141 

JKAN(A.), potter 56 

IKKONIMO (Maestro), da Korli 27 

JKVKR, pottery 86 

JOANNKS (M, S,) t vte |t 

JOYAU, painter 191 

JUIIIN, painter i9r 

JUI.IKNNK, painter aba 

'fUNIUS 9S 

}./- 55. M7 



K 64, So, 

KAfiA, notteiy 

K.H.K... 



B, 97, iRg 



K 

K K. A N, j )olter 

KKKMNC; (A. At 1C.), potters 

(J-). loiter 

Ti)KT At Cn., potters 

KKKN (Knsii). artist 



. 
88 

'53 



KKNT, pottery ' 

KKKK & I JINNS, potters 

Key, as a mark ",: 

KKYSKK (Cornelia*.), potter . . . 

K.H.CAV 1511, 

KIKK, pnrcel.iiii 

KIKL, pnttery 7:1 

KIM.I. (A,), putter 

Kl.KIN, pninler, 



206 
209 
aog 
231 
S 



Kl.KYNOVKN (<,).), puller 

KLOSTKR \VKILSD()RI-\ pur- 

celain 

KNHJIIT, potter 

Knot, as a nmrk 

Koe'-el (( 'onitr'S'.e tic),. 

KnNfKJSTKDTKN, ijottnv 

K".R ' 

KOKNKMIH.J.;, pri(K-r If. I, 

KOR/ICC, porcel.iin 

KoKDMNHt'SCn, potter 

KPM .'; t-.i, 

KR ;... 

KKAUT (Hans), potter 



it>6 
. 79 

95 
J55 

9f 



206 
i. in 



.So 

I( 53 

v \t 

CO 



INDEX. 



XXI 



KRIEGEL, potter 

KRONENBERG, porcelain 157 

KUHNKL, potter 151 

KUNERSBERG, fayenoe 79 

KUWZT (J.), artist 97 

KUYLIC (J.), potter 94 



L...-4. 13. 33. 43. 67. 73. 88, 159, 177 
192, 200, 213 

LAFOND, potter 162 

LAFOREST, pottery 44 

LAHENS and RATKAU, potters.... 

LAKIN and POOLE, potters j 

LAMARRE (Advenir), potter 178 

Lambel d'Orleans 172, 195 

LAMBERT, painter 200 

LAMBETH, pottery 230 

LAMMENS(B.), potter 91 

LAMONINARY, potter :. 174 

LAMPETKAN 95 

LAMPRECHT, artist 152 

LANDAIS, potter 73 

LANE DELPH, pottery .212,213,214 

LANE END, pottery 213, 214 

LANFRAY(F. C.), potter 173 

LANGEAIS, pottery. 73 

LANGLACE, painter. 200 

LANGLOIS, potter 174 

LAROCIIE, painter 191 

LASDINR 36 

LASEINIE, porcelain 174 

LASSIA (Jean), potter. 177 

LATACHE, painter 200 

LA TOUR D'AIGUES 66 

LAUN (Hartogvan), potter 93 

LAURAGUAIS (Count), potter 170 

LAURKNS BASSO 73 

LAURJOROIS, potter 73 

L A VALLE ( Dr. ), potter 74 

Lazare (St. ), Faubourg 177 

L.B 89, 91, 164, 170, 182, 191, 

197, 200 

L.C 6, 163, 164, 197 

LCS 37,55 

Leaf, a mark 97, 113, 143, 159 

LEANDRE, painter 191 

LISBEL, potter 191, 200 

LKBCEUK, potter 178 

LEBRUN, potter 163, 172 

LECERF (J.), initials of 68 

LECOT, painter 192 

LKDOUX, painter 192 

L'JR, GRAINGER & Co., potters... 223 

LEEDS, pottery 223 

LEFEBVRE (Denis), potter '58 

LE FRANCOIS, potter 174 

LBGAY, painter 200 



LEGKR, potter 75 

LEGRAND, painter 200 

LKGUAY, painter 192 

LEHAMMKR, porcelain 152, 153 

LEI (Pietro), potter 15 

LEICHNER, potter 162 

LEI HAMMER, potter 78, 79 

LKMAIRK, potter 170, 180 

LE MONTET, pottery 73 

LE NOVE, porcelain 146, 147 

pottery 39 

LENZBURG, pottery 89 

LEONARDUS 95 

LEOPOLD, modeller 172 

LK>KRRE DUROT, potter 163 

LKROSEY, potter 181 

LEROY, gilder 200 

LKSSF.L (Johan Otto), potter 93 

LKSSORK, painter 56, 205 

LESUM, pottery 85 

LicucAmus SOLOMHRINUS 29 

Licvrt, pointer 192 

LEVKILLB, potter 178 

LE VOULAND, potter 69 

LEWINS (E.), potter 225 

LEWIS (Miss F.), artist 231 

L.F 7, 192 

L.G 200 

L.G.C 14, 200 

L.G.P 40 

L&H 214 

LlAUTti (Louis), potter 73 

LILLE, porcelain 163 



LI M BACH, porcelain 159, 160 

LIMOGES, porcelain 175 

pottery 69 



LINDKMAN, painter 1155 

LINN ELI. (Miss F.), artist 230 

Lion 49, 154, 162, 174 

Lion's paw 142 

LISBON, pottery 53 

LIVERPOOL, pottery and por- 
celain 215, 216 

L.L..I55, T 59. * 6 3- 182, 183, 184, 192 

LLANELLY, pottery 234 

L.M 161 

LOCKER & Co., potters 227 

LOCKE-IT (J.), potter 206 

LOCKE (Jan B.), potter 177 

LODI, pottery 43 

LODOVICO (Maestro) 35 

LONGPORT, pottery and porc- 

lain 206, 207 

LONGTON HALL, pottery 213 

LOOSDRECHT, porcelain 161, 162 
LORKTO (Santa Casa), maio- 

47 



xxii 

i 

Lorraine, terre tie 


INDKX. 

A,a, 1 
i7,r Marks, uncertain ifl 


A.K 

, 74 

09 

213 

213 

<>2 

55 
45 

72 

218 
200 


Louis XV 
\V| 


i {! j 

i.'il 
171 


MAkSl-'.ILLK, pnreelain 
----- potterv <w 


XVIII 


MAKMI M.I. (M:uk), aitist 


Phiiippi* 170, 17'), iM-j, 
Stanislas Xavier 
.(.HJlsnt-'KCJ, porcelain 
XAVKSHY, pottery 


S; Ct). , potters 
MAIM IN ItKus., potier- 
MAiM'iNi-r, painter 
MAN'J'KKS, pottery 
MARXY, prjitfry. ," 
MASON (('has, Jas. ), potter... 
(Miles), poiter 


,()\\ I'S I OK I , porcelain 

','p k. ' /* 


<.P,S 
,. K. .. ... ''o, 


3'' 

7,1 

is; 

7 7 ' 


Mason's "Ounlirian at^il" 
M ASc.tt'KUKU, potter 
MASSJ-:, potter . 
MASSKI.J.I, poftei 1 




,.S X.... 


MASSY, p.nnter 
MATMAl'T, pottery. . . 
MATI IIIAS, potter,,,'. 
MAt'ssioN. nainter 


T 


1 ,Ul AVIlSP,KK(i, porcelain.. .. 
I LHNKYILLK, porcelain 


LUXKMUOUUti, porcelain 
LV 


ioj j M \\v \' ('<., potters 
rji MAY, TOFT & potters 






- 

> 9i 

O 1 ^ 

, </o 


M \YI''\(,'j' % pored tin 


207 
207 

212 

:;oi 

"3 
tHt 

143 
iHo 
vWiH 

B6 
08 

Tfir; 
7 

2rx> 
3 

307 


LVK . 


__ .-.. jHiuery 


L.W \\ 
LYON, potterv 


MAYKK (l')lijali), fiotter., 


-- - (Jos,), potter 
('T||0\. ), pi HI 'T. 




72, 


vV NI-AV noi.p, potter^. ,. . 
M.H 77, 7}!, , L Uj, r,a, ioi, i'lt, 


ioa, JM, 

M.A. .. 


171. 

20f> 

i-H 


M.U.Ii 

M.r 


MAr.'HlUNKV 




M.I) ,. i r jM, 


M At :iCKNIIAUJ',U(( 'Itristoph. },pt >tte 


1" H ^ 


MK 


M AI,)K 11), porcelain *. 1-17, 


sV! 


MKOK'I, poieel.iin 
MI-'.IM'N, porerlani 


MAI-KA, potter, , .. 


''l 
7 

.Si 

U!0., 
177 

IN2 


MKli.LONAS, pottery,.!! '". ..', 
MMISSK.\ f f p.-n-elain." i.jo 
polterv 
MKI.I'UIAT (L.)i initials ol 
MKNAKD (< '. II,), potu-r 
MKNNI'X'Y VILLKKOY, por- 
celain.. 


MAIM 


Maiolieji, Italian 
MALTA, pottery 


M.A.M.. 


MANAUA (liahtasara) 


MANKRIJK, pottery . 


MAN1SKS, pottery 
MANJAi'K ((.), po'ller 

MANN & (Jo., potters 
MAP.. , . 


MKKAI/I.T, pa in i IT ion, 
potter 

MKKf'ATI (< iio. I Sail. ), 


MAcjt'i-.KHT (Madame), painter 
MARANS, potterv. . 


Merchants' marks ,, 
MKKK;<VI, painter 
Mi-.Ki.iftNn (*)ni<lo) . ., 


MAKCOUNI, potter 
MAIW.'ONI {().), painter i.| ;, 
MAUI-'OKIO (Selustiano) 
MAKIK ANTOINKTTK, poire- 


J.'jO 
Ih7 

77 

;*7 


Mhscii (J.), potter 
Metal pot, a .'liffn 

Ml-VI l',NfIoM-', pottd'.. ,. 

MKTTLAflH.poiifN-y 

MI'ixiiDKfMlVill.'poiteiy ] . . 
MKVI-.K (Alfn-d), painter 
(K.) 


MAR I KHKRf i, poruelani if>o, 


MA KIN I, putlur 







INDEX. 



XX111 



PACE 

MF 152 

M.F.S 4 

M.G 12, 90 

MG 8-10 

MICAUD, painter 201 

MICHAUD, painter 192 

MICHEL, painter 192 

MIDDLESI3OROUGH, pottery. 224 

MIL 43 

MILAN, porcelain 144 

pottery 43, 44 

M I LDE ( Arv. cle) , pottery 95 

MILES (Thomas), potter 208 

Mi LET, painter 2or 

MINDEN, pottery 86 

Ming dynasty 101 

M1NIATELLO (San), niaiolicn.. 43 

MINTON (Herbert), potter 211 

(Thomas), potter 211 

& BOYLK, potters 211 

HOLLINS & Co., potters... 211 

POULSON & Co., potters ... 211 

MIRAGAIA (Oporto) 53 

Mitre 155 

MJ 87, 176 

M.M 66 

M&N 213 

M.O 90, 201 

MOABIT, porcelain 153 

Modelling table, as a mark 226 

MOGAIN, painter 66 

MOIRON, painter 192 

MOITTE, potter 172 

M.O.L 162 

MoOL(De), potter 7(12 

MONGKNOT, painter 193 

MONGINOT, potter 377 

MONNIKK, potter 171 

MONSIEUR, porcelainedo..i7J, 172 

MONTAIGNON (M.) 59 

MUNTAKCY (Outrequin de), potter 176 
MONTAUBAN 66 

MONTE (Capo di) 143 

MONTELUPO, pottery 42, 43 

MONTET, pottery 73 

MONTPELIER, pottery 69 

MONTREUIL, porcelain 173 

MOOKK & Co., potters 225 

MOORISH pottery 51 

Moor's head, a sign 05 

MORAVIA, pottery 82 

MOKICAU, painter. 201 

potter 176 

MOKKLLF., potter 177 

MORGAN (Win, de), potti-r.... -..-... 2129 

MOKIN, painter 193 

MOKIOT, painter ao'i 

, potter 210 



MORLEY (Nottingham), potter.... 225 

MOKKKINH (A.) potter 57 

MOSCOW, porcelain 165 

MOUL1NS, pottery 65, 66 

MOUKOT, potter 66 

MOUSTIERS, pottery 63-65 

M.P 53, 95, I7C 

M.P.M 150 

MQ 97 

M.R 201 

MOLLKR, potter 167 

Mullets or spur rowels, three (mark) 59 

MUNSTER, pottery 89 

Musical instruments 113 

MUTKT,, painter 193 

M.V.B 95 

M.V.M 231 

M. W. & Co 234 

My ATT, putter 212 



N 9, 42, 57, 143, 168, 173, 184 

186, 226 

NANTES, pottery 57 

NANTGARW, porcelain 234 

NAPLES, porcelain 143 

pottery 41, 42 

Napoloon 1 83 , 1 84 

NAST, potter 180 

NATHUSIUS, potter 160 

N.H 81 

NEALK, potter. 208 

& PAI.MKK, potters 208 

& WILSON, potters 208 



NKNGOO JAPAN 130 

NIOP1TA, pottery 41 

NEUFRIICDSTE1N, pottery 85 

N1CU [lALUENSLICliEN, pottery 83 

NIOVKKS, pottery 57-59 

Now blanche china 212 

NKWKOLD. potter 213 

NEWCASTLE- UPON -TYNJC, 

P')ttery 215, 225 

New Kayeuce, Spode's 211 

NEW HALL, woiks 210 

N.G 13,46 

Nicholas 1., Emperor of Russia... 105 

NICOLAUS me RAONOLIS 18 

ORSINT 18 



NICOLKTO, of Padun 39 

Niroi.o DA UKHINO 2 

N1DEKVILLKR, porcohiin...i7a, 173 
pot t(;ry 62 



Mir;r, (Joseph), artist 152 

NFOUKT, painter 193 

NISMKS, puttery 72 

NO 88 

NOE 26 



XXIV 



INDEX. 



NOEL, painter *93 

NOFRI, modeller 147 

NOTTINGHAM, pottery 225 

NOUAILHEK (Madame), pn inter.. 

189, 193 

NOVE, porcelain 146, 147 

pottery 39 

NOWOTNY (A.), potter 82, 152 

N.Q 193 

N.R 22 

N.S T43 

NUREMBERG, pottery 80, 81 

NYMPHENBKRG, porcelain.... 155 
NYON, porcelain 161 



3. 72 

OA 15 

O.B 171 

OCHOGRAVIA, sculptor 148 

OFFENBACH, pottery 84 

O.F.L 148 

O.F.V.F 3 

OJP 76 

OIRON, pottery 54, 55 

Ojone 4 

O.L 64 

OLEKY (Joseph), potter 64 

OLIVIER, potter 56 

OiVI 176 

ONDRUP, artist 1(17 

O.P 72 

Opaque clrinn 214, 234 

OPORTO, porcelain 148 

pnttcry 53 



OKAZIO KONTANA, potter 3, 4 

ORIENTAL porcelain 99-1.1 1 

ORLEANS, porcelain 173 

pottery 70 

ORSINI (Nieolaus) 18 

ORTOLANI (Ludo), painter 14 5 

OS 76 

OTKINCI SILVESTKO, potter 26 j 

OUTltEQLUN DE MoNTAKCY, 

potter 176 i 

O.Y 64 ! 



P J 3. 25, 33. 53. 72. 76, 95. *H. 

169, 19.3, 194, sor, 215 

P.A 30, Oo, 64, 190 

PA CKOSA, potter 39 

PADUA, pottery 30 

PAriL(F.), potter 88 

Painters' marks 92 

PAJOU, painter ic>3 

Pa-kwa, or S tri<jrams 103 

PALMER (H.), potter 208 



PALVADEAU, potter .................. 57 

PAOLO CKOSA ......................... 39 

PARIS, porcelain ................. 176 181 

pottery ....................... 56, 57 



PARPKTTK, painter .............. 193, sor 

PASQUALK RUUATJ, potter ......... 43 

PATANAXXI (Alfonso) ................. 5, 6 

- (Krancosco) .................... 5. <> 

(Vincen/.io) ..................... 5 



P;uil, Knipcror of Russia 

PAVIA, inaioiica 47 

PAYNE, Salisbury 228 

P.B ya, 187 

P.B.C 72 

P.HL 7<> 

P.C iJS 

P.C.Ci Jr> 

P.C.P 4 

P.UW.T 08 

p.K xoij 

Pun cock, a sign 95 

Pearl warts 214 

PELISIE (Claudf), potter <0 

PELISSIER (Pierro), potter 163 

PELLEVE, potter 08, 171 

PKNNINOTON, putter 215 

PKNNIS, potter 9^ 

PENTIIIICVRK (Scwuix), poree- 

lain 170 



poitt-ry 



13 



PKKKSTINO 

PKKGEK, Artist 

PEURIN (Vcuvc), potter .............. 70 

PERSIA, f.iy.-nrf ..................... 54 

PKKUCHA.'nuiolica ................. 18 

((lidvavini), paintfr ....... 18 



(St.), iwirrrluiu.. 

I'M, rfi- 

PKTIT, paintrr .......................... in 

(Jncnh), potter ........... ,.,.. iKo 

PKTKUS'(R.), painter ................. v.U 

P. K ........................................ 1 42 



, paintrr ..................... n^ 

P. & K.\V ................................ fli,'| 



P. II .................... 64, ya, 83, HH, 175, 

ti^, HOI 
PHH.JIMMNK, painter ............. rc/3, wr^i 

Puu.i.U'.s, potirr .................. ary, S:P.; 

Co., poiirr ....... , ......... ;:; 



, 
PiCKMAN tSr Co., pnlter: .......... t^ 

Pinonx, piiintrr ..................... '.. 

PIEDMONT, porcelain ........... i. 

----- potti-ry 1 ........................... 

PlKUf'K (W.) ft Co., potters ....... 2 

PiKKKK, painter .................. n^, t 



INDEX. 



XXV 



PAGE 

PIETRO DA CASTEL DURANTE.. 16 

PILLIVUYT, potter 180 

PINART (Hippolite), painter 56 

Pink, a mark 20, 38 

Pipes, a mark 62, 82, 171 

PIRKENHAMMER, porcelain 

*52, 153 

PIROTE, potter 18, 19 

Pitcher, the double 94 

PITHOU, painter 194 

P.K 

PL i 

PLANT (Benjamin), potter 213 

PLANTIER, potter 72 

PLINE, painter 201 

PLYMOUTH, porcelain 228, 22Q 

P.M.R 202 

P.O 76, 148 

POISSONNIERE (Rue), porce- 
lain 180 

POITIERS, pottery 57 

POLAND, porcelain 166 

POLO (San), maiolica 35 

PONT AUX CHOUX, porce- 
lain 176 

POPINCOUKT (Rue de), porce- 
lain 181 

POPOKK, potter 165 

POPPLESDpRF, pottery 81 

Porcelain, Oriental 99-141 

Porcelaine d'AngoulGme 179, 181 

de Belleville 180 

de Comic d 'Artois 1 79 

de Due d'Orleans 172 

de la Courtille 177 

de rimpe'ratrice i8r 

de la Rcinc 178 

de la Tour 163 

de Monsiinir 172 

de Prince de Galles 180 

PORTO (Oporto), pottery 53 

Portraits 21, 28 

PORTUGAL, porcelain 148 

pottery 53 

POSSINGKR (N.), potter. 81, 88 

POTTER (Charles), potter 180 

POUH-LOT, painter 194 

POULAINK (Duprg), potter 66 

POUPAUT (A.), painter 201 

POUPRES pottery 65 

PouYAT(J.J, potter 69, 377 

P.P 57.6o 

P.R 28, 43, 76, 177, 202 

PRAGUE, porcelain 153 

PREMIERES, pottery 74 

PR&VOST, painter. 194 

PRINCE DE GALLES, porce- 
lain 180 



J'AUIC 

PRINCE (J.), potter 214 

P.R.NP. 49 

PROSKAU, pottery 8r 

14 Prova," a murk 142 

Provence (Comte de) 171, 172 

PRUSSIA, porcelain 153 

P.S 30, 32, 58 

P.T 193 

PTTO Fco 7 

PUENTA DE AR7OBISPO.... 53 

PULL or Pull 56 

PV 76 

P.V.D 95 

P.V.M 95 

P.V.S 95 

P.Y.C 52 

PYNACKKK, potter 94 



Q 73 

Queen's Ware 225 

QUIMPER, pottery 73 

QUIR1CO (St.), maiolica 34 



R 14, 2*, 22, 31, 37, 51, 60, 76, 95. 

158, l6o, 176, 2OI, 202, 224 

R.A 23 

Rabbit, as a mark 113, 115 

RAKKAKLLO (Girolamo), potter... 42 

RAINEKIUS (j. B. Rubbeus) 24 

RASNOUS (Nicolaus) 18 

KATISBON, porcelain 158 

R ATO ( Portugal ) , pottery 53 

HAITI (Affostino) 45 

RAUENSTEFN, porcelain 158 

RAUX, painter 194 

RAVENNA, pottery s>8, 29 

R.U "..76, 168, 187, ZQSJ 

R.C.P 180 

RK 49 

RKED, pottr 224 

REGENSBERG (Kutisbon) 158 

RKGNIKK, painter 2ot 

RKiciiUMUAC'ii, potter 153 

REID & Co., potters 216 

HEINE, poreduine de la 178 

RKINIKK 95 

HKJOUX, painter cot 

RKNAKD (lunile), painter 201 

RJCNDSBURG, pottery 85 

RENNES, pottery 72 

Republican Epoch (Sevres)..,. 182, 184 
REUILLY (Barricre de), porcu- 

lain 177 

RVKKND (Claude), potter 56 

RKVIL, potter 179 

R.F 143, 182, 184 



XXVI 



INDEX. 



R.F.D. porcellana *4 8 

RG 38, 158 

R.H. Worcester 218, 219 

RHEINSBERG, pottery 85 

RHIN (poterie du) 62 

RHODIANware 54 

RICHARD (Emile), painter 201 

(Eugene), painter 202 

(Francis), painter 202 

(Joseph) .painter 202 

modeller 144 

(Paul), painter 202 

RIDGWAY (E. J.) and ABINGTUN, 

potters 209 

(Job and Geo.), potters.... 209 

(J. and W.), potters 209 

MORLEV, WEAR & Co., 

potters 210 

RIMINI, maiolica 26, 27 

RING (Joseph), potter 229 

RINGLER, potter 157 

Rio BERTINO 28 

RIOCREUX (D^sird-Dcnis), painter 202 

(Isidore), painter 202 

Ripa Granni, Venice 37 

RL 76, 194 

R.M 76,88 



R.M.W. & Co 210 

R n 158 

ROBERT (J. F.), painter 202 

(J. Gnspard), potter 70, 176 

(Madame), painter 202 

(Pierre), painter 202 

ROCCO, of Castelli 41 

ROCHA SOARES, potter 53 

ROCHELLE, pottery 57, 66 

ROCHER, painter 194 

ROCKINGHAM, porcelain 224 

ware 224 

ROGERS, potter. 206 

(Kate), artist 231 

ROLET, potter 8 

ROMA ALMA (1623) 50 

Roman (the), a sign 94 

ROMBALOOTTI (Hippolito) 16 

ROME, maiolica 50 

ROQUETTE (Rue de la), porce- 
lain 177 

Ror ' 77 

RORSTRAND, pottery 77 

RosA(M.), potter 8r 

Rose, as a mark 95, 218 

ROSE, potter 217, 2t8 

ROSELLI, painter j.i 

ROSSET, painter 194 

Rossi 53 

ROTHENBURG, potter 160 

ROUEN, pottery 59, O 



ROUSSKL, painter ..194. 202 

ROUY, pottery f& 

Royal Epoch, Sevres 182, 183 

R.R 53 

R.R.I <)$ 

R.S tf 

R.T.C "7 

RUBATI (Pnscjualf), potter H 

RuitKLLA, a pattern 200 

RIJHKLLKS, pottery 7^ 

RUCKINGKN, pottery 4 

RUDOLSTAUT, porcduin 158 

RUSSIA, porcelain tf>.j i<" 

RussiNGKU, potter 177 

K.V.A w 

R.V.H <" 

R.X 70. 2<;2 



S 14, 30, 38, 46, 68, grt, 152, ifia, 

i6y, 172, 177, 184, 210, 217, 2iH 

S.A 07, 17-1 

SAMLK.K (John), potter 215 

& GUKKN, puuurb 215 

S.A.F of 

S.A.G.S 15 

ST. AMAND-LKS-KAUX, por- 
celain 17.1 

pottwry 07 

ST. ANTHONY'S, pottery 225 

ST. ANTOINE (Kaubotirji), pnr- 

cda i n T 77, i ft i 

St. Barnaba, V<Miiee 30 

ST. CKNIS (Sincony), poilery .... nH 

ST. CLOUD, porce'lsun io-j 

pottery =10 

ST. DKNIS' (Kaulxjuri',), jjorec- 

hiin i?H, 170 

ST. IIONOkK (l-aulu 



por- 



St. Luc (Gildnl) ...................... 

ST. MINIATKLLO, tmiiolio,*.,.. 
ST. I'Ji'J'KRSIUJRU, purcflain 

ST. QUIKICO, niuicjlicn ...... !.'!?.' 

ST. U2KS, pottcrv ................... 

ST. VliRAJN, puiicry .............. 

SAINTJ-IS, pottery ................... 

SAIN'I'-J^OY, fiiyencc ............... 

SAINT-LON(iK, fuvwv .......... 

SAINT-OMKK, fjiycnai ............ 

SAlNT-l'ORCUAIkK, puiuiiy.. 
Siiltitiiiiiidcr ............................ 

SAMMMKNK fAiulivoli), potter ..... 

SALlSliUKY, pottery ............. ,. 

SAI.OMONK (GiroUmin), potic-r ..... 

SALON, painter ........................ 



176 
04 



<*? 
71 



54 
4 



INDEX. 



XXV11 



SALOP, pottery and porcelain 216, 217 

SALT, potter 208 

SALVAGGIO (Guido) 18 

SANDKUUS (L.), potter 94 

SAN MINIATELLO, maiolica... 43 

SAN POLO, pottery 35 

SAN QUJRICO, maiolica 34 

SAN SEPOLCH RO (Citta Horgo) 33 

SANS (William), potter 204 

SANSONT (M.), potter 66 

SANTA CASA (Loreto) 47 

SARGADELOS, pottery 51 

SARREGUEMINES, porcelain.. 175 

pottery 55 

SARUM, pottery 228 

Savages, the two 94 

SAVING (G. P.), of Rome 50 

SAVONA, pottery 45-47 

Saxon blue china 212 

SAXONY, porcelain 149- 1 51 

S.o 56, 64, 68, 169, 187, 188 

S.C.E 20 

SCEAUX PENTHIEVRE, por- 
celain 170 

pottery 71, 72 

Sceptre 153, 155 

SCHAFFHAUSKN, pottery 89 

ScwAPiiR (John), painter 81 

SCMIEfD. V.' 



95 

SCIIILT (L. P'.), painter 203 

SCHLAGGENWALD, porcelain 152 

SCHLESWIG, pottery 87 

SCHL1ERBACH, pottery 84 

ScnOiCLCJiKK, potter 179 

SCIIUADKK, painter 194 

SCHRE1TZIIEIM, pottery 81 

SCHUMAN (M.), potter 153 

SCHWART/BKRG (Kndolstadi) 158 

SCHWETDNITZ, pottery 84 

SCHWERIN, pottery 86 

SCJOTT (Brothers), potters...? 225 

S cy 68 

Seal stamps, Chinese 103 

SKRASTINO MAKKOKIO ib 

SEGOVIA, pottery 53 

SJCIGNKS (facqu.es), potter 57 

SEfNlE (La), porcelain 174 

SEPOLCIIKO (Monjo San) 33 

SEPT FONTAINES, porcelain.. 164 

SEVILLE, pottery 51, 52 

SEVRES, porcelain 182-203 

date marks 185 

marks of the manufactory 

182, j85 

marks of painters 186 203 

SKWKI.L, potter 225 



Sexagenary Cycle, China 107 

Japan 128, 129 



S.F.R 153 

S.G.I.B 38 

S.G.P 40 

S.H 194, 228 

SHARP & Co., potters 228 

SIIARPIC, potter 215 

SHAW (Alderman), potter 215 

SHAVVJL (Ralph), potter 2or, 

Shears, as a mark 51 

SHELTON, pottery and porce- 
lain 209, 210 

SHERIFF HILL, pottery 225 

Shield 35, 38, 4.1, 45, 46, 55, 82, 

84,147,152,155,156,158, 
2oq, 210 

Siiip, a mark 207 

SIIOKK (Joseph), potter 22g 

SiiottTiiosic, potier 208 

Shuttle;, a mark 4 

SIENA, pottery 34, 35 

Signatures 6r, 05 

SlLliKKTAMKR (C. H.), paillUT. ... 155 

SILVANO (Francesco) 5 

SILVKSTKO DAGLIOTKINCI 26 

SIMONO, of Castel Durante 16 

S1NCENY, pottery 68 

SINSSON, painter 194, 203 

Sioux, painter 104 

S.K 88 

S.1 95 

S.M 97, 210 

SMITH (John), Bassford 225 

(William), potter 2^5 

S.N 147 

SNKVD (T.), j)otter 209 

SOAKKS (Kochn), potter 53 

SOLIVA, psiinter 03 

Soi.OMituiNO (L;ncadio) 29 

Sor.oN-Mu.f-.s, artist 210 

SOKKKNTINI, jiainter 148 

SOUKOUX, potter 177 

SOUTUALL, pottery 231 

SOUTHWICK, pottery 225 

S.P 30, 32, 72, 76, 170 

SI'AANUONCK, potter 94 

SPAIN, maiolica 51 53 

porcelain 1.17, 148 



Si'KJtL (Widow), potter 

S.P.M 150 

(Josiah), potter 211 

a/id COIWLAND 211 

34 



S.R. 

s.s. ., 

S.S.D 



194, 21 t 

2^3 

St 77 

STAFFORDSHIRE, potteiy and 

porcelain 304-215 



XXV111 



INDEX. 



Stag's horn, as a mark 157 

Star, as a mark 48, 143, 146, 187 

Star, the white, a sign 95 

STEBNER, potter 81 

STEEL, potter 206 

STEN (H.), potter 78, 166 

STEVENSON, potter 208, 228 

and DALE, potters 207 

and HANCOCK, potters.,.. 228 

STOCKELSDORF, fnyencc 79 

STOCKHOLM, pottery 77 

STOCKTON-ON-TEES, pottery 225 
STOKE-UPON-TRENT, pottery 

and porcelain 2ti, 212 

Stone china air, 213 

ware 207, 209-213, 229 

STONE, potter 55 

Stork, as a mark 162 

STRALSUND, fayence 78 

STRASBOURG, porcelain.... 175, 176 

pottery 62, 63 

STRATFORD-LE-BOW, porce- 
lain 232 

STROBEL, potter 80 

Sun, as a mark 46, 74, 169, 190 

SUNDERLAND, pottery 225 

S.V.E 95 

S.W 203 

SWADLINCOTE, pottery 215 

SWANSEA, pottery and. porce- 
lain 233, 234 

SWEBACH, painter 203 

SWEDEN, porcelain 166, 167 

pottery 77"79 

SWINTON, pottery and porce- 
lain 224 

SWITZERLAND, fayence 89, qo 

porcelain 161 

Sword and anchor 232 

Swords crossed 149, 150, 151, 153 

x6x, 163, 176, 227, 229 
S.X 170 



T 44, 88, 159, 169, 187, 203, 214 

TABARY, painter 195 

TJE 48 

TAILLANDIEK, painter. 195 

TALOR (William), potter 204 

TANDART, painter 195 

TARDI, painter 195 

TAVERNES, pottery 69 

T.B 21. 22, 44 

TEINIT2, pottery 83 

TERCHI (Antonio) 35, 38 

(Bartolomeo) 35, 38 

TERENI (Gio. ), painter 42 

TERENZJO (Matteo) 34 



T.G.C i o 

T.H &O, potters 214 

TH.D 5'> 

THEO DOR (Carl), potter 154 

THEODORE, painter 195 

THEVKNET. painter nvS 

THION, potter 65 

THIROUX (Hue), porcelain 17** 

THOUARS, pottery 55 

THURING1A, porcelain i5; 

Ti N WORTH (George) , artist ajo 

TO 6, 163, c::<; 

Toi'T (Ralph), potter -'<-M 

(Thomas), putter zoj 

and MAY, potions saij 

TOMMNSON (William), potter 224 

TOKTAT, potter '3 

TOULOUSE, pottery 7.? 

TOURNAY, porcelain i(V{ 

pottery 9 1 

TOURS, pottery 73 

Tower mark 66, 163, 170,234 

T.R 59. *57 

TRACER, painter so.} 

TKKCCHI, potter 43 

Tree, a mark ^^7 

Trefoil loaf. i$<> 

TRKMHL^ (Haron de), potter 72 

TREVISO, porcelain I.M 

pottery aj 

Triangle 143, 154, 155, i^>, 167, 

188, i8(^, VM 

Trident 30, 3,14 

TROMICRIJ (A.), potter T",t 

TROU (Henri), potter 56, \<>n 

TROYON, painter 203 

Trumpet 43, 47 

TUNSTALL, pottery su> 

TURIN, porcelain 144 

pottery H 

TL7RKKY, porcelain tU> 

TURNKR (John), potter 214 

(Thomas), potter sifi, 1:17 

(Williani), potter. 214 

and HANKS, potters 5^14 

TtruNou (Ralph), potter 2<,| 

Two-four mark 22*; 



V. 44, <*?' '44. *73. *7-l 

V.A 73, 148 

Va 144 

U & Cn 55, 175 

VALKNCIKNNKS, fayence 67 

porcelain 174 

VAL SOUS MKUDON, polit-iy. 60 
VAN BKKK (W.), potter 94 



INDEX. 



XXIX 



VAN DOOKN, potter .................. 94 

- DUYN, potter ................. 94 

- HOOREN, potter .............. 94 

- MARUM, potter ............... 94 

- MIDDLEDYK, potter ........ 94 

VAND, painter ........................ 195 

VAN DER BRIEL, potter ........... 94, 95 

- DOES, potter ................ 94, 95 

- EVEN, potter. ............... 94, 95 

- HAGEN, potter. ............. 94, 95 

- WAERT, potter ........ 91, 94, 95 

VARAGES, pottery .................. 69 

VARSANNI, painter .................... 152 

VAUTRIN, painter ..................... 195 

VAUX, porcelain ...................... 173 

VAVASSEUR, potter ................ 61, 195 

V.D ........................................ 195 

V.D.G .................................... 44 

V.D.K .................................... 95 

V.E ........................................ 95 

VKCCUIO (F. Del), potter ........... 41 

VEILLARD, potter ..................... 174 

VEN ...................................... 38 

VENGOHECIIEA, potter ............... 93 

VENICE, porcelain .............. 144-146 

- pottery ......................... 35-38 

VMRAIN (St.), pottery .............. 57 

VERBURG, potter ...................... 94 

VERGILIO, potter ...................... 22 

VERHAST (G.) .......................... 95 

VERMONET, potter .................... 173 

VERONA, maiolica .................. 24 

VERSTELLE, potter ................... 94 

VEZZI (Francesco), potter ...... 144, 145 

V.F ..................................... 63, 144 

V.II ...................................... 88,95 

V.I 



VI AN A DE CASTILLO (Por- 



tugal), pottery 
CENZA, porcelain 



VIC 

VIELLARD, painter. 

VIENNA, porcelain .................. 

VILAX (Miguel), painter ............. 

VILLEROY (Due cle) ................... 

VINCENNES, porcelain 170, 171, 

- pottery .......................... 

VINCENT, painter ..................... 

\TNEUF (Turin), porcelain ....... 

- pottery .......................... 

VIODK (Nicholas), potter ............ 

VIRKY (Gnspnrd), painter ........... 

VISK.KR (Pint), potter ................. 

VISTA ALLEGKE, porcelain.... 

VFTEKBO, maiolica ................. 

V.L.E ..................................... 

V.L.P. .................................... 

V.M ....................................... 

VM & Co., potters .................... 



95 

53 
144 
195 
152 

64 
169 
182 

72 
lot; 



57 
03 
95 

148 
29 
95 
95 
76 

179 



Uncertain marks 48, 74, 75, 87 

167, 214,215 
Unknown marks... .88, 89, 90, 145, 190 

UNWIN, potter 209 

VOIS1NLIEU, pottery 55 

VOLKSTED, porcelain 158 

VORDAMM, pottery 84 

VOYEZ, potter 207 

V.P...; 70 

VPA 48 

V.R 23,154 

URBANIA, maiolica 16 

URBINO, maiolica 1-8 

VS 48 

VTBL. in (,), a monogram 35 

UT/SCHNEIDER, potter 55, 175 

V.V.V *.. 53 

UZES (Gard), pottery 72 



W 24, 76, 88, 144, 151, 153 

l6l, 10 1, 203, 220, 222 

WA 66 

WA ANDERS, potter 98 

WALES, pottery and porcelain 

233. 234 

WALL (Dr. L), potter 220 

WAUJCNDOKF, porcelain 158 

WALTER, painter 203 

WALTON, potter 206 

WARDURTON (Mrs.), potter 207 

W.D 96 

W.DA 49 

WE 153 

WEAR, potter mo 

WKCII (J.), painter 152 

WEDGWOOD (Jobiali), potter 20,;, 



(Josinh), younger ., 205 

(Kiilpli), potter. 224 

&Co., potters 224 

WEDGWOODS, of Ycarsley, pot- 
ters 224 

WISKSP, porcelain 161 

WKGKLKY, potter 153 

WKLHY, potter 8$ 

WKSSKI. (M.), potter fl'i 

WKSTUEAD & C!o., potters 210 

WiiALLEy(J.). potter 225 

Wilful, asamark 82, I.EJ'J. 

WniKM)ON, potter si'j 

WIIITKIIKAD, putter 210 

WII.LAND(J.), painter 155 

Willow pattern 2*10 

WILSON, poitar 208 

and PROUHMAN, potters.. 21. \ 

Windmill, as a mark 171 

Wing of a bird 20 



XXX 



INDEX. 



WlNTERGURSTS, potters 8l 

WiTTEBURG, pottery 84 

WOLFE (T.), potter 212 

WOOD (Aaron), potter 205 

Enoch, potter 205 

(Ralph), potter 205 

and CALDWELL, potters... 206 

(E.), & Sons 206 

WOOI.KY, CHETMAM and, pot- 
ters 214 

WO RCESTER , porcelai n 21 8-223 

WORCESTER PORCKLAIN COM- 
PANY 223 

WORENZOU & Co., potters 234 

WOUTHINGTON & CO., potturs.... 

209, 2tfi 

W.K 95 

W.P.C 2t8 

W.R 157 

WROTHAM, pottery 228 

WS 88 

W. S. &Co 225 

W.T 90 

WURTEMBERG, porcelain 157 

WURTZBURG, porcelain 155 

W.V.D 95 



X ....................... T, 30, 191, 192. 

XANTO (Frnnci'seo), pmior ....... 

XAVIKU(L. S.) ComtcdelVovnin* 



XiiROur-T, 
X.O 



Y iW, 187, If^O, 

YARMOUTH, pciitoiy 

YATKS and MAY, poitt-r.s 

YKAKSF-KY, poiirry 

YORKSIIlkK, potiVty -aj 

YVKKNKI., paiiUiT .' 



/AfFlTI.KVKN ". UM 

ZAKAUO/.A (J<>h dc), puinirr . .. 5.5 

XELL, potU'ry i-;.t 

XKNKR OOMKNKJO, Vrimv.. . . .^\ 

XrcsciiiNfJKR, artisi }!; 

ZIISGLKR, potter 53 

XSOLNAY, potter H'^ 

XURICH, porcdain i/,'i 

pottery u y 



JKarfes antr 



ON 



POTTERY Of PORCELAIN 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 







UUBINO. 



UKWINO. XVI Century. 
Fra Xanto Avcll i da Rovigo. 




- 



L7RKINO. 



'IJE44. 



KA10LICA. ITALY. 





XVlfcntury. 
ftMiid on XmNflTa 






Nuiii4> HA UMWHU 
XVIUaHMT. 



Jn 



' 



1532 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



URBINO. Guido Durantino. 



ttfu 



U RHINO. Guido Merlin o. 





UJRMINO. 




URBINO. 



O) > / v 




. o . F . 



|>on|?eo 

0-F-V 





UK KI NO. 




^4 



r !=- ^ 




MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




URBINO. XVI Century. 
Marks attributed to Onusio Kontana. 




UKBINO. Flaminio Fontana. 



A r * H < 


UK KINO. 




UKIIINO, 1542. 



[one 

UKIUNO. XVI Ccnturv. 



UKHINO. XVI tVntiiry. 



n; 




a 

^ 

E.F.B, 



UKIIINO. 




UK ni NO, 



1 63,0 



MATOUCA. ITALY. 



n V*6ino netfci, 
60 tiza ck Jrz n cefco 



U RHINO, 



VRBINI 
1606 

URUINO. Alfonso Patarumi. 










MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




UK HI NO. 




URBINO. Alfonso Patanazzi. 



VrtiVi Pat ana 



URDINO. Patannzzi. 



F.R 



V;it;mnK/,i. 



W 



UK in NO. 





UKWNO. Lnwi f tnmbiasi 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




URBfNO. 




UKBINO, 1531. 



URBINO. 





URBINO. 





URIJINO, 1529. 



L---F- 



IJRHINO. 



MAIOI.K'A. ITALY. 




UXRINO. XVI Century. 



1C 



URBINO or FAKNXA. Cesari Cnri ? 



URBINO, 1773. 



A 



G 



< fl'MHlo. 




M". (Jinnjio AntlriMili, i^ 







1^ 







/'I&'-.N 

&o^(piorjio 
, aVc^ufi-i 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



9 




Gtrimio. 



1O MAIOI-K'A. ITALY 



? 

^ 







GUHHIO. 






GUBBIO. Maestro Giorgio. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



I I 




GUBBIO. Maestro Giorgio, 1525. 




V 



OUHKIO. 



I 2 



MAIOI.ICA. ITALY. 





-M-6- 



GUHHU). 







o. M". (iorjio? 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




GUBBIO, 1518. 





GUKBIO. 



'52? 




N 

GUWHIO, 1535. 



GUBMO. M". Perestino. 



. 
mcpl\-o 



Ff)d.TlO 



.-p. 



GUBBIO. M". l?ercstino. 



6 



GUBUIO. M. Percslino. 

.N. 




GiriiBio. 



NG 



GITHUIO. 



JL 




Guuuio. 



14 



MAInLH'A. ITALY, 



if 




(iuiiiiin. 




M". Salimbone. XVI Century. 



A A 



(iuifiiio. 



fc 

Guititin. 




GUBUIO, 1540. 



I 



OUBBIO. XVI Century. 



M.A.I.M. 

liPMUM. XVI < Vntuiv. 

(JAHRIKI. DA GUIJBIO. 

<it i;|.|n X\"I < Viitniy, 




Cft'iiniM. XVI (Vmury. 

n 




(iuiuiio. XVI Crntury, 



C 



(JuitUln. M". c'mio. 





UHIUO. C^rirocci, '';il>ii & Co, 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



faftb i 



in 




o/x\ 
t/ctfaYfi 



PESARO. Maestro Gironimo. 



Qcevone cA -rulri 
ufefe U ttq 



qtvof&rne ck 



<J 

n 

n. 
/ 

PESARO, 1542. 



PESARO, 1566. 



OtA 



PESARO. 



elkr-KJlysy. 



PESARO? 





PUKAKO. 

Callcgari & Cassali. Pietro Lei pinxit. 



a 



CASTET. DUUANTE. 
Giovanni Maria Vasaro, I2th Sept. 1508. 



i6 



MAIOUCA. ITALY. 




CASTKI, DURANTK. Fcbastiano M.\rfnrio. 

C 



Sn&ftro ft mob 6 
-it) (,*(i i^Mitf 



CASTBL DUKANTK. M. Simono. XVI Century. 



in 



CASTKL DUKANTE. XVI Cuntury. 



FRANCESCO DURANTINO 

VASARO. 1553. 
CASTKL DURANTE. 




i'ASTKL 
M. Tirtro. XVI (Viiluiv. 



CASTKI. UTKANTK. X\'l! <Vniuiv. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




CASTEL, DURANTE. 




CASTKL DURANTK. 






. CASTEL DURANTF. 





CASTEL DURANTE. XVI Century. 








CASTEI, DUKANTE. 
Merchants' marks. XVI Century. 



i8 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




CASTEL DURANTE. 



GIOVANNI PERUZZl 
DIPINSE, 1693. 
CASTEL DURANTE, 




CASTEL DURANTE. 



G*y- 
uto/o s 



CASTEL DURANTE. 



s. 




CASTEL DURANTE. 



PERUGIA. 



AHH77 



FAKNXA. Nicolnus Orsini, 1477. 

Y _ 



NXA. Andren di Bono, 




FAENXA. XVI Century. 



FAENZA. XVI Century. 



FAENZA. Nicolaus dc Ragnolis, 1475. 



FATOIN EAEIS^SA 
1NCAXAPIROTA 



1525- 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



'9 



FARN/A. Don Giorgio, 1485. 



XVI Century. 




FAENZA. XVI Century. 




FAENZA. XVI Century. 




FAENZA, 1525. 




FAENZA. XVI Century. 







FAENZA or PESARO. 



2O 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




FARNXA or PKSARO.' 




FAICNZA, XVI Century. 





FAENZA. XVI Century. 




FAENZA. 






FAKNXA. 



o 




FARNXA. XV! Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



2 I 



Mcccccmv 




FAKNXA, 1535. 




FABNZA, 1520. 




FAKNZA. XVI Century. 




1 4 '.\KN/A. XVI Century. 




KAKNZA. 




FAKNZA. XVI Century. 





FAUNX.A. XVI Century. 



MOM 



FAliNZA, 1482. 



XIIII 

BATMAN 



FAUNZA, 1534. 



22 



MAIOUCA. ITALY, 




FAENZA. XVI Century. 




FA EN/. A. XVI Century. 



FAEN/A. XVI Century. 



Nt 




FAENXA. 



MILLE CINQUE CENTO 
TRENTASEI A DI TRI 

DI LUIE 

BALDASARA MANARA 

FAENTIN FACIEBAT. 

FAENZA, 1536. 




FAENZA. XVI Century. 




FAENXA. 



FAENZA. XVI Century. 



FATO NELLA EOT KG A DI 
MAESTRO VERGILLIO 

DA FAKNZA 
NICOLO DA FANO. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



23 







FAENZA. XVI Century. 




FAKN/A. XVI Century. 








FAENZA. XVI Century. 





FAKNZA or ViiNicifi. XVI Century. 



/I 



FAF.NXA, 1525. 



A ElslZA 




FAENXA, 1546. 



MAIOI.TCA. ITALY. 







FAKNZA. Rainerius, 1575. 





FA KM/, A. 




FAEN7.A, 1548. 



f-D- 



FAF.NXA. 




VKRONA, 1563. 



CB 

DfRin-A. XVJ Century. 




. XVI Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



I 5 4 S~- 



DIRUTA. 




GV 

DIRUTA. XVI Centur>-. 



DIRUTA. XVI Century. 




DIRUTA, 1544. 




DIRUTA. XVI Century. 



DIRUTA. 



DIRUTA. 



DIRUTA. 



-i 
J 






DIRUTA. 



26 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




a. 



DlRUTA. 



BAGNIOKEA. 








1527. 



j5 



DIRUTA. XVI Century. 



j 



RIMINI. XVI Century, 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



1 



RIMINI, XVI Century. 



IN RIMING 
IS3S- 



FATO IN 

ARIMINENSIS 

1635- 



V O, 




FOUL I. XVI Century. 




FOKLI. XVI Century. 



FORLI. XVI Century. 



FORLI. XVI Century. 



TOA- 



- ClCELERIS-SVE 



DIOK I SI 

RIO 




MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




^><i#v 

*"* -^^^ 

1<\>KL1. Leuchadius Solombrinus, 1564. 





VlTERBO, 1544. 



IN CHAFAGGIOLO 

FATO ADJ 21 DI JUNIO 

1590. 




TKKVIHO, 1538. 



V J 

. s 



ClAKKAOlOLO. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 




CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 




1531. 






CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 



C cif cvlwjlq 
^ \ 




9 
c-o 

m 

CAFFAGIOLO. 




CAFFAHIOLO. 




CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 




CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 




CAPFAGIOLO. 



e 




CAFFAGIOLO. 



MDXIIII 




CAFFAGIOLO, 1514. 




CAPFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 




CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 




si 

CAFFAGIOLO. XVI Century. 




CAFPAGIOLO. 



IN GAFAGIZOTTO. 



MA1OUCA. ITALY. 




CAi'i-'AGiOLO (In. Galiano), 1547. 



G 



CAFFACIOLO, 1500. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 33 




CAFFAGIOLO, 






CALWAGIOLO, 1507. 




CAKFAGIOLO. 



1^649 

BORGO S. SEPOLCHRO. 



34 



MAJOLICA. ITALY. 




SAN QUIRICO. XVIII Crntury. 



UP. 

SIENA, 1542. 




SIENA, 1510-1520. 




SiKNA. XVI C'cntnry, 



TERENZIO ROMANO 
"SIENA 1727. 

BAR. THERESE ROMA. 

SIBNA. XVIII Omury. 

FR' : - BERNARDIWUS. 
DK SIENA. IN. B. S. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



35 



TERCHI. 

SIENA. XVIII Century. 



Bar Turc 
Romano. 

SIENA. XVIII Century. 




SHUN A. F. M. Campani. 




SIENA. 
Fcniinando Campani. XVIII Cent. 




VENICE. Circa 1530. 



ZENER DOMENIGO 

DA VENECIA 

FECI IN LA BOTEGA 

AL PONTESITO DEL 

ANDAR A SAN POLO. 

1568 



F. C. 

SIENA. XVIII Century. 



BAR. TERCHI. ROMANO 

SIKNA. XVIII Century. 




VENICE, 1510. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



f 




VKNICK. 








VKNICK, 1543. 




VF.NICE (at St. Barnabas), 1542. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



37 




VENICE, 1593. 




c 




VlCNlCK. 



VENICK. XVII Century. 




VKNICK. 
Established 1753 ; ceased 1763. 




VRNICR. Circa 1760. 




VENICE. Circa 1760. 



MAIOLTCA. ITALY. 




Venice (Garofalo). Circa 1766. 




VKNICK. Circa 1700. 




VKNICIC. XVIII Century. 




VENICE. Circa 1750. 




VKNICK. 




VKWCE. XVIIT Ct-mury. 



VKNICIC. XVIII Ccntiirv. 




VENICK. XVII Century. 



UASSANO. XVII Century. 



jB T 



e r c 



-1 



BASSANO. XVII Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



39 



Delia fabrica di 

Gio Bait* Antonibon 

nelle nove di Decen 

1755- 

NUVK. 




UC 



NOVE. Antonibon, circa 1730. 
' G 



ove>. 



NOVE. Circa 1805. 




CANDIANA. XVII Century. 



C-E BAT 



FLOKENCK. 



FLORENCE. 
Attributed to Luca della Robhia. 



b 



PADUA. XVI Century. 



P.P.EL 

FLOKKNCE. XVII Century. 




.NICO 



lEJI 



PADUA. XVI Century. 

A. PADOAJ< 
1564. 



CASTKI.I.I. XVIII Ceuiury. 




CASTELLI. XVIII Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



\t-sS 



CASTELLI. XVIII Century. 

iOSNESGRVS FECIT 
CASTELLI. XVIII Century. 

W. tfranc. S4nf. <8atf. 

grue 9. 
CASTELLI. Circa 1730. 



CASTELLI. 



CASTELLI. Circa 1730. 




CASTEI.LI. 



CASTELLI. Saverio Grue, circa 1780. 



ff JPapoli. 



CASTKLLI. 




CASTELLI. TJhorins Gruc, circa 1750. 



CASTELLI. XVIII Century. 




CASTELLI. Saverio Grue, circa 1780. 



('ASTELLI. Saverio Gruc, 1780. 




r P 

* JL s 



CASTELLI. Saverio Grue; died 1806. 




CASTELLI. Circa 1750 ; died 1776. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



CASTELLI. XVIII Century. 




Math. S&oselli fee. 
CASTELLI. 



CASTELLI. 




CASTELLI. Carlo Cocoorese, 1734. 



J_vc-Ajtt?Ci 



CARTKLLI. 




NAPLRS. XVI I Century. 



If 

H. F 

NAPLKS. XVII Century. 




NAPLES. 



FD.V 

N. 



NAPLES. 
F. Del Vecchio. XVII Century. 



42 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 







*N 



NAPLISS. XVIII Century. 






B 




6 



NAPLKS. XVII Century. 




B.C 

NAPI.KS. XVII Century. 




NAPLES. XVIII Century. 




rs 

NAPLES. XVIII Century, 



NT 

NAPI.KS. XVIII Crntiiry. 

F. dr 3 C. Colonnesc 
Naples. 

XIX Century. 




Looi. 




Loui. XVIII CVnturv. 




Loni. XVIII Cenuu-y. 



GIJROLAMO 
PECIT 

-f PO 





MONTKI.UI'O. 



Dipinta Giovinale 
Tereni da Montelupo. 

XVII Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



43 



DIACINTO 

MONTI Dt 
AIQKTECYPO 



s ' s S\.\> wx v 

MONTELUPO, 1663. 




MONTELQPO. XVI Century. 



MONTliLUPO. 

M 7 

MONTKLUPO. 



^iA it 



ano 



XVIII Century. 



bEkNANQ-IN-SAWN/ATELO 



GYGN'O* 

SAN MINIATELLO. 



XVIII Century. 



MILAN. XVIII Century. 



Pasquale Ritbati 
Mil". 

MILAN. XVIII Century. 




MILAN. XVIII Century. 




MILAN. XVIII Century. 



44 



f 

A . 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 

G&&TAPAGLIA 

til- 1 ./""fr 1 * /V \ JT^A 4 
jr_ji 1 < i /yv\/ r"\* 

TURIN. XVIII Century. 



Mir. AN. XVUT Trntury. 




^rI^.^N. XVITf Cnntnry. 



? 

Ai-o 

^Xo ^ 



177 



^77 

TUKIN, 1577. 




TUN IN. XVII Century. 



TURIN. XVII I Century. 



DO 



ViNKn-. (Turin.) 





TUKIN. 




"I'UKIN. 




TURIN. XVIJI c'cntury. 



Laforest en 
Savoye 



1752. 

TUKIN. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



45 



J Ho TOCt7 *_>lfft$Se lW 



* r 
errcmenjec 

FERRARA. XVIII Century. 




GENOA. XVIII Century. 




GENOA. XVIII Century. 




GENOA. XVIII Century. 



db 

c-c 



B-L 



GENOA. XVI II Century. 




GENOA. XVI II Century, 




GENOA. XVI II Century. 





SAVON A. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVIII Century. 



S.A.G.S. 

SAVONA. XVIII Century. 





SAVONA. XVIII Century. 



AGOST1NO RATTI 

SAVONA. 1720. 

SAVONA. 



4 6 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



SAVON A. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVI II Century. 



S 

SAVONA. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVIII Ccnturv. 




SAVONA. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVIII Century. 




GS 

SAVONA. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVIII Onturv. 




SAVONA. XVIII Contnrv. 



F 



SAVONA. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVIII Century. 



\b< 



SAVONA. XVIII Century. 




SAVONA. XVIII Century. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



47 




SAVON A. XVIII Century. 




SAVON A. XVIII Century. 



Jacques Borrelly, Savonne, 
1779, 24 Septembre. 



ESTE 
G. 

ESTE. XVIII Century. 



J I 

SAVON A. 

JVB ovK^lu Inuerit 



PRESBYTER ANTONIUS 

MARIA CUTIUS PAPIENS1S 

PROTHONOTARIUS 

APOSTOLICVS FECIT 

ANNO DOMINION 1695. 

PAPI^E 1695. 

PA vi A. 



SAVONA. 



CON-POL-DI-SCASA 

LORETO. XVII Century. 
(Con polvere di Santa Cnsa.) 




A Di 7 





PAVIA. 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



Uncertain Marks. 



CARLO ANDROVANDI 






i. 




IE 8 





AEA: 



MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



49 



15-47 

F $ i o N E: 




MBB 



S. S. 1760 




L ff. S. 




-ArD-P- AC. 

-CA &A 

T638 






MAIOLICA. ITALY. 



DJOMEDE 




/FATTO' 

7 JROMA' 

A. Gfc 

X5 




ROMIC, 1600- 1623. 



MAIOLICA. SPAIN. 



SPAIN. 




HiSPANO MOKESCO. XVI Century. 
(Ill"- Sig*. Cardinal D'Este In Roma.' 




UISPANO MOKESCO. XVI Century. 





XVII Century. 



T) 



UISPANO MouKSCi). XVI Century. 




HISPANO-MOKKSCO. 




HISPANO MORKSCO. XV Century. 




SARGADELOS (Modern). XIX Century. 




SKVILLK (Modern). XIX Century. 



52 



MAIOLICA. SPAIN. 




SicviM,K (Modern). 
rickman & Co. XIX Century. 




SKVIM.K. Pickman. XIX Century. 



Sit VIM. 1C.] 




Al-C'ORA. 




P.UION RKTIRO. Established 1769. 



A 



AI.CORA. XVIII Century. 



AI.OIKA. 



'Of 

Jose de 
Zaragosa 




j~-j, 
f~ 




ALCUKA. 



MAIOLICA. SPAIN. PORTUGAL. 



53 




SEGOVIA (Modern). XIX Century. 



IIAGJ Q 

LisnoN, XIX Century. 



CAGDAS 

PORTUGAL 

CALDAR. 




PUENTA DE ARZOBISl'O. 




MALTA (Modern). XIX Century. 




VIANA DE CASTKM.O. 



M. P. 



PORTO. 



COIMBRA. 




FABRICA DE MASSARELLOS. 



RATO. 



54 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



PERSIA. 







tw 




FRANCE. 






OD 



OIRONT (Henri II Ware). XVI Cent. 
Now termed SAINT POKCIIAIKK. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



55 




OIRON (Henri II Ware). XVI Cent. 




OIRON. XVII Century. 



(I Lrd*iTi& 




S 

ENGLEFONTAINE. 



SARGUEMINES. 
Utzchneider, established 1770. 



IP.S' 



LYON. 



BEAUVAIS. XVI Century. 




BEAUVAIS. XVI Century. 




VOISINLIEU. Ziegler, established 
1839- 




CREIL. 




CHOKY. 



56 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



H 

CHO/SY 

ROf 

Cuoisv. 



C 

T 

ST. Cr.oun. Trou, 1722. 






iQ 
($ 

PARIS. XVI Century. F. Briot. 

OLIVIER 
A PARIS. 

PARIS. 




PARIS. XVII Century. Rdvlrcnd. 




PARIS. XIX Century. H. Pinart. 




U 



ewg 

PARIS. XIX Century. A. Jean. 



TD 



PARIS. XIX Century. T, Dock. 

PU LL 

OR 

Pull. 

PARIS. 

B. V. 

PARIS. 
XIX Century. Victor Barbfcrt. 




PARIS. XIX Century. Lrssore. 



PARIS. XIX Century. Lessore. 

V vc - DUMAS 

66 rue Fontaine-au-RoL 
PARIS. 



I.D. 




PARIS. XIX Century. J. Devers. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE; 



57 



PARIS. 






.c 



AVON. XVII Century. 



AVON LES FONTAINEBLEAU. 



POITIERS. 



* 

ST. VERAIN, 



16*4; 

NANTES. 



P.P 



N.D. 




NEVERS. XVII Century. N. Viode. 



SAINTBS. XVII Century. 



J-B 

LA ROCHULLK. 




NEVERS. 
XVII Century, Jacques Seigne. 



FAYENCli. FRANCE. 




NKVKKS. 




NEVERS. XV11 Century. 



NKVKKS. 





1650-1672. 



HB 



NICVKKS. II. l j .orne. 



JS 



orne 



NKVKKS. 




NIOVKKS, 1602-60. 




NKVISRS. J. Hourdu, 1802-20. 





1636 

NKVKKS. 1). Le l r evrc, 1636. 



NKVKKS. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



59 



Q// 



NEVKRS. XVII Century. 



** 



NEVERS. 



Claude Bigourat, 
1764. 

NEVEKS. 



F. R. 1734- 

NEVERS. 



NEVERS. 



NEVERS. 




M. MoNTAitiNON. NEVF.RS. 



T? 




MARXY, near NKVRRS. 



Pmc 
J 



A ROUEN 
1542 




ROUEN. XVIII Century. 

Brumeut 
1699. 



ROUEN. 



6o 



FAYENCK. FRAN Civ. 




o 

ROUKN. XVII Century. 




ROUKN. 




ROUKN. XVI II Century. 



GJR. 



ROUKN. Guillebaud. XVIII Century. 




D 



ROUKN. XVlIf Century. 



PAanlPP 



ROUEN. XVIII Century. 




ROUKN. XVI II Century. 






ROIIKN. XVIII Century. 





ROUKN. XVJ1I Century. 



R 



KOUKN. XVIII Century, 




IN 

ROUKN. XVII I Century. 



A- ROUEN 
iy2^ 
- PAR 



ROUKN. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



6l 




Signature of 

Lc Vavasseur 

ft 1743- 



Signatures of 

Guillebaud 

in 1730. 



Signatures of 
Claude Borne. 



17*** 



/ 




1790 




Signature Initials of 
tfN.J. P. Caussy, 
Bdlen- 1 720. 
ger> 1800. 



&R PA 




J. 




The above signatures occur on specimens of Rouen fnyencc. 



62 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



m 



NlDERVlLLRR. 

Beyerltf, established 1760. 



NlUKKVlLLKK. CuStlllC. 




NIDKKVII.T.KR. Custinc. XVI II Cunt. 



NH 



NlDKKVIM.KK. Cuslilio. XVIIICciH. 





c/V? 



NlDliUVIIJ.KK. 





CHATEAU D'ANNKT. XVII Century. 



STKAMJOUKC. HannoiiRf. XVI TI Com. 




STRASHOUIUJ. 
.1. Harmony. XVIII Century. 




STKASUOUIU;. HaiiuonjLj. XVI11 C.'cnl. 



UK, 



J. Ilannong. XVIII C!ctitury. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 




BLOIS. XIX Century. 



BLOIS. 




>*N 

H 




H 












H 



eo 



w 



STRASBOURG, 



5-liryf. a 



M(^USTIERS. Established 1698. 






M-C-A 



Ca 



6 4 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



/ 



& 



MOUSTIERS. 

Various Potters, XVII and XVII I 
Centuries. 





MOUSTIKKS. Olcry. 








M-t 

MOUSTIKKS. XVIJT Century. 
Marks of Olcry with IViinter's Initials. 





irs'i'jFKS, 1778. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



;-.=,, 





JN 



MOUSTJERS. Guicharcl, potter. 



77iio?i a Moustiers. 



Antoine Guichard, 

de Moustiers, 1763, 

le 10 ^Tl^ 

MOUSTIEKS. XVIII Century. 
Other Potters. 



SoP 






The signature of Ftraud. 



, t& 



a, 

I'OIJPKKS. Circa 1750. 



MOUI.INS. XVIH Century. 



66 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 




efir- 



EM. 



MOUI.INK. 

Potter and Painters' Names. 




I*A TOUR n'Air.tTKs, 




APT. 




Gour/r. 



173-4, 
R 



M 



MAYANS, near ROCHKLT.G. 



Claude Pelisie, 
1726. 

V,\r,-.sous-TMiarnoN, 



-Af. Sansont, 
1738. 

VAI^SOUS-MKlinON, 




VAL-SOTTS-MKUIJON. Mrtonhoff 
and Mourot. XVITT Century. 



MONT AU HAN. 



DP 



MONTAUIiAN. 



DKSVKJ-:. XVTII Century. 
DupnS Poulainc. 



ARDUS. 



ST. OMKK. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



6 7 



" Fait par moi 

Laroze fil$) a Sainte- 

Foy." 

S.MNTR-FOY. 



B, 

Sb 



VAT.KNCIKNNKS. 




V'AI.KNCMCNNKS. 



oC 

VAI.KNCIKMNKS. 



A 





^ 




6V. Avi and 
departeman du ri&r. 



ST. AMAND, Established 1750, 
it/., poltcr. 




a 



A 3 ^ 3 tf 






ST. AM A NO. 



68 



FAVENCK. FRANCE. 



ROUY. 



cV 




SINCKNY. Pellcvtf. XVIII Century. 



B.T. 

Si NCI-: NY. 

s- 

5- 




S.c.u. 



m,ousteur 



truccav/ 




a 



PfLVE 





LJLC' 





WJD 




AP 
$ 



Tfl 



1 Monogram of Jos. IVdcau. 2 Initials of L. Mu\'n;it, 3 Initials of J. T^ccrf. 
4 Mark of GluiTI. 5 Jnitiiils of A. Daussy. 



FAVENCE. FRANCE. 



69 



I 






BORDEAUX. Lahens and Ratcau, 1826. 



i p 

LIMOUKS. J. Pouyat, 1830. 




J74J 






LlMOGKS. 




s 



TAVKRNES. Circa 1760. Gaze. 




MONTI'KLIKR. 

Le Vouland. XIX Century. 




X 




VA RACKS. XVIII Century. 



faite a Mart res > 
1 8 Septembre, 



1775- 

MAltTUKS. 




MARSEILLES, established 1607. 



;o 



KAYENCE. FRANCE. 




* 



MAUSKILI.KS. XVIII Century. 



MARSEILLES. XV III Century. 



MARSEILLES. 



MAK.SKILLKS. 



MAKSKIK.LES. 
J. Robert. XVIII Century. 




R-X- 



M.AKSKII.I.I-S, 



V 




v 




MARSBII-I.KS. Vi-uve Pcirin. 




MAKSRILIJCS. 



FAYENCE. FRANCE. 



7 1 



B 



MAKSICII.LKS. Ronndby. 




M A KSK i I.LUS. Fauchicr. 



MARSEILLES. XVIII Century. 









MARSEILLES. 




MANKKDK. 






CrJSRMONT-FKRRANO. 



SAINT-LONGE. 

SAINT-LONG KS. 



CLKRMONT-P'ERRAND. 




CLERMONT. 

CLERMONT. 



MlCILLONAS. 



Pidoux 1765 
^ Miliona. 

MKII.LONAS. 




SfJiAUX. Glol, 1775. 



FAYENCK. FKANCK. 



SP 




SCEA t r x- PKNTI 1 1 fc VK K. 
Established 1753-1795. 



RKNNKS. 



Castiliion. 

CASTII.IION. 



la R 



O 



P 



C-I.A-KKINK. XVIII (Vnturv. 




UXKS. XIX(Vnturv. K 1'idion. 



P. B.C. 

NISMKS. XIX rVntttry. 
I'lanlitT, Huiu'oiriiiil & Co. 




A.D.T. 

RUIIKLI.KS, 1856. Damn d T 



.CL/^XCU 



APKRY. Established c. 1750 by 
cl, Huron J) 1 A prey. 



H 




MATHAUT. 



VINCKNNKS. Hannong. XVI II Cent. 










OKI.KANS. XVIII Century. 



FAYKNCE. FRANCE. 



73 



j** may /; $6. 

Tnm.orrsK. XVI II Century. 




USK. Fouc|uex, Arnoux & Co. 




QUIMPIOR. Hubnudiire, 1809. 





2 

QuiMi'KR. XVI II Century. 




MONTI-:T. Laurjorois. XIX Century. 





TOURS. V. Avisseau. XIX Century. 



ai.83ea.tL- 



TOURS. 



TOURS. Landais. XIX Century. 



jL a Cousts b 



LOVTS^LTAVTE 

TOURS. J established 1770. 



CH. de BOISSIMON et Cie. 
a LANGEAIS INDRE & LOIRE. 



LANUKAIS. 



74 



FAYENCK. FRANCE. 




CASAMKNE, BKSANCON. 




GIKN. 






Q^O 

PKKMIERES. Lavalle. XIX Century. 




PRKMIKKES. Lavalle. XIX (.Vntury. 



Uncertain Marks* 



AcJ 





ALEX 1724 



.7:AlIiot 




FAYENCE. FRANCE. 75 



ean ; 




e cjer 

/ eur 
T730 



NicoLasHY 

1738 




AN 


13 

GAA 


24 

B. 


36 

sm- 
/ 


A 2 




25 




A 


i i i - - - - - 






p. 


GbG* 

1780 


OIF/ 


S7 

S- G.11- 


A 3 


z 
T 


os 26 


O VJ I U 


' * 




vy t/ 


3R 


P 


<c 




oo 


. 1 


M 


m27 


S? 


4 

Cap) 


/7\ 




O I 




1C 




oa 


01^, 


It) 

tE 


28 

^M. 


TP Ti 


CB 5 




!P 


AL/AHj 

YtW\ rvn &C 




D 




\ I TjiJ Oil nrU 


c- 6 

V? 


H a 


29 

p + 


40 

VM 




18 


i 




* ' 


H 


61 3 


" 41 

w 


n 


X%J 1C* 






r 


g 19 


p-n 31 




r 

Q 


Jl 


X.'S\' 


4-2 


F.C-1661 


II " 


pv 32 

3l2 


H 






^J 


i 43 


^n 






4 


lu 

FefSo 


Jf. ' 


n 3S 


fr 
B 


^5." 


J3> " 


R';a" 
r 


__ 41 

Po 

5 

*\A 


M L 


A-E- 5 2 ' 


RL 3S 


1661 



(The reference numbers refer to Large Edition, vide pp. 260, 261.) 



F AVENGE. SWEDEN DENMARK. 



77 



SWEDEN. DENMARK. 




-^ 

STOCKHOLM. Established 1726. 




STOCKHOLM. A. Kalilslrom, pain lor. 



^iu 



STOCKHOLM. IX Hillberg, painter, 




8 






/2 



ROUSTKAND & Korstrand. 

R R ST R .\ N I ) , 1 769. 



KKO, 1764. 

Ehrenrcich, Director. TVantxen, painter. 



78 FAYENCE. SWEDEN DENMARK. 



^4 68 




MAKJKisKK'f;. XVIII Century. 
Sten, I Director. 




STKALSUNU, 1768. Hcrvcghr, painter. 



63 



STRAI.St?NI), 1768. 

Klircnrcicli, Director. 





STKAI.SUNTX ICbreurcich, 1770, 




tt 



Kitfr,, 1769. 
Buchwald, Director. 
Leihammcr, painter. 



FAYENCE. SWEDEN DENMARK. 



79 



iteO 

c j] r^fy 



KIEL. Circa 1770. 





STOCKELSDORF. 



A- 



ECKERNFORDE. 




GTTSTATSBERG- 




GUSTAFSBERG, 1820. 



HELSINBERG. 

XVIII Century. 



XVIII Century. 



KUN1SRSBKRG, 



FAYKNTK. C.KRMANV. 



GERMANY. 



BAYKKUTII. XVII (Vmury. 



HAVKKUTII. XVFII Century. 



BJ 

H 



BAYKI.UTII, XVIII (Vntury. 



HUMTCII. XVITI r\.|jlury. 



1s, 



Hans Kmnt 
1573. 



i7z 



Nl Kl.MIIKK'it. ( illliT, 




Ni.'Ki- MIII- HI;. Strnln'1. 



Anno i /2Q. 
Nuremberg. 



Sladt Nuremberg 

1724. 
S/rofcl. 



Nl'UI 1 Mill- l.'i,. 



17 r 



Nl'lil MUI',1 1 ',. 
XVII I < 'iMltliry. I'nlln's M.lllli'. 



rSYKM-K. CKUMANV. 



8i 



A3. fs& fsB'- 

K*t TJT / 

JT ir t ^ 

rt MM i;*,, XVIII <Viiturv. 



* 
1771 



:R* 

[).r^ 



X 




RoSa 



irn, 

H, HAVAKIA. XVI1F Century. 



loh Schaper. 

IlARHUKG. 



G. Manjack fecit 
PROSKAU. 



I'KOSKAU. 



GOGCJINGMN, HAVAKIA. XVIII Cent. 




POPI J LESDORF. XVIII Century. 
M. Wessel, potter. 



A 





Si,iiKKrrx.niciM, 



H5CHST. Established by Gelz, 1720. 



I'-AYKNCE AND GRES. (JERMANV. 




XVIII Conlnrv. 



IIOuiST. XVIII ( Vnimy. 



IIOcnsT. XVIII rvmm 




D 

IHiniST. Dahl. XIX CVnturv. 



M 



t 

MAYKNf'K ? 




DlKMSTKIN. 



AlCNSTAl'T. 




AKNs'iAhT. XX'III ' Vutury. 



A.N. 




MoKAVIA. FIMIII. XVJI1 < Vnmrv. 



KKANKKNTHAI,, 
I'aul iiinl J. 1 liit 



H 



KttANKKNTllAI . H.iMlHtii'.'. 



FAYENCE. GERMANY. 



83 



FRANKENTHAL, 1754. 
Paul and J. Hannong. 




TLINITZ. XVIII Century. 




FONFKIRCHEN. 



IjSi 

TI.H 

FLORSHEIM. 





ZKLL. 



al 







NEUHALDENSLEBEN. 



8 4 



FAYKNCE. GERMANY. 




SCHLIKKDACH. 




KoNN. 




KONIGSTKUTKN. 



ROCKINC.KN. 




OKKKNIIACMI, 1739. 




lldKNKKKC. 



AMKKKC. 




(JKUNSTAI)T. 




Wi'lTKlJUKC, 



SCUWKIDNIT/.. 



ANN A mi IK;. 




VOKDAMM. 



FAYENCE. GERMANY. 




KlIKItfSBKRG. 




DANTXIC. 




LESUM. 



RKNDSBURG. 



. H 



KH 



KKUJNGTUTSKIST. 




GROHN. 




ILMKNAU. 




NEUFRIEDSTEIN. 



86 



FAYENCK. GERMANY. 




GRAKKNKODA. 



tx/cr 

DOKNIIKIM. 




KlSKNACM. 



7 





2 

o 



MKISSKN. 



A II MUNI I. 



MINDKN. 




JKVF.R. 



FAYENCE. GERMANY. 




4 




SCHLKSWIG. . 



Uncertain Marks* 



A. F. 
1687. 




CB 



A'B 

1638 



GHEDT 



17T) 

G-C-P. 

1730 



88 



FAYENCE. GERMANY. 



TABLE OF UNKNOWN GERMAN POTTERS' MARKS. 



A 
p 



t 



B 
S 



H 



H.H 



10 



Pf. 
9o 



H 



HI, 



.K. 



16 



HV XK 



" 



i- 



" 



a/r 
M 



19 



20 



6 



N- 



" 



23 



PhL 



M 



R-R 



25 






T. 



28 






VH 
3 



31 



w 



a 



NO 



M 



: HN 



37 



ORES. SWITZERLAND. 



8 9 



SWITZERLAND. 



ZURICH. 



Schaphuysen . 
Genrit Ruers. 

SCIIAKKIIAU.SKN. XVI Century. 



MUNSTKK. 




MKTTLACII. 




* 

HU BERTS BRRG. 



Unknown Marks. 



F. T. 1559. 



H V G. 




if 89 



B. V. 1574. 



K R. 1598. 
L. W. 1573. 



QO CUES. SWITZERLAND. FAVKNCK. BKr.GIUM. 



M. G. 1 586. 

L. W. 
W. T. 



R.V.H 
i r 1 1 

M. O. 
I. E. 



I. R. 1588. 
M. G. 1586. 



J3. M. 




C'oI.tnlNK. OlVS. X\'I ( V'MtUI'V. 



II . W. 



4- 



COL<K;NK. Fayi-nm. XVI 1 1 (>uuiy. 
M. \ t . CrciniT, jMitii-i 1 . 



BELGIUM. 




HKUSSI;I.S. 



KAYENCE. BELGIUM. 



BRUSSKI.S. 




ANDHNNKS. 
A. Vander Waert. XIX Century. 




ANDENNKS. 
B. Lammens. XIX Century. 



6 



. 



TOUKNAY. XVIII CViiturv. 





LUXEMBOURG. Boch. Estab rl - 1767. 



LUX&MBOUKG. 




ccc 

CP. 



LUXKMHOUKG. XVI II Ccnturv. 



1-p 

BKUOKS. 





LILLE. 



FAYENCE. BELGIUM. 




LlI.LR. 




N : A 
DOREZ 

1748. 

LILMV.. Dorez. 



LlI.LK. 



CAMBRAY. 

LlM.K. 

Fecit IACODUS FICBVRTKR, 

Insulis in Flanclria, 

Anno 1716. 

Pinxit MARIA STEPHANUS 

BORNE Anno 1716. 

LILLE. 




LIT.LK. F. Boiisscnmrt. 



LIT.I.K. Rnusscmart. 



.I LI, i-:. 




TJM.K. 
I'iiintors' Marks. Kst:il) ll> 



tRuo. 




FAYENCE. BELGIUM HOLLAND. 



93 




T 
1 




P 



LILLE. 



? 



HOLLAND. 



Gaberil Vengobechea 
Honda. 

HOUDA. XVIII Century. 



Otto 



756 



HAMBURG. 



Ghemaeckte tot Belle 
C Jacobus Hennekens 

anno 1717, 
and inside 



BAILLEUL. 




AMSTMKDAM, 1780. H. Van Laun. 



94 



KAYliNCK. DELFT. 



LIST of POTTERS, with dates of election to the Gild of St. Luc. 



.fe 



Gerrit Hermans/, 1614. 
Isaac Jimius, 1640. 
Albiechidu ICei/er, 1642. 
Juit Gerrits Van cler Hoove, 1649. 
Meynaert Garre brants;;, 1616. 
Quiring Alders Kleynoven, 1655. 
Frederick Van Frytom, 1058. ' 
Jan Sickus Van den Monk, i"5o.. 
Jan Aricns Van Hamnicn, xooi. 
Aujjiisiijn Kcyuens, 1603. 
Jan Jan.s FLiitick, 1602. 
"acob Cornells/, inTr.!. 
'illein Klel'lijns, io6j. 
Arij Jan.s du Mildc, 1058, 
Pict Vixuer, 1752. 
Gysbcrt Veibaast, i7<io. 
A rend de Hank, 17^0. 
1 >irk Van Seine, 1079. 
Pioler Pmilissc, logo. 
Lucas Van Uale, toqa. 
Cornells V:in ler Kloot, 1695. 
Jan Itaan, 16' o. 
Jan J)ecker, itiyH. 
Arij Cornells Uronwer, 1009. 

25. I^eonardns nf Amsterdam, 1721. 

26. l^iulus Van dur Slroonii 1725. 

DJC MKTALK POT. 

27. Jeronimus Pinters Van Kessel, ioy; 

28. Lambertns Cleflius, 1678. 

29. Lamb.irtns Van Kmliuuin, 1091. 

30. Factory mark. 

J)K CilCIKlvSK A. 

31. (iislji'eiiht J.ainbreclit Kruylc, 1645. 

32. S.inuu'l Van J'/entioorn, 1^74. 

33. Adriamis Ivocks, 1(187. 

34. Jan Van dor Henl, 1701. 

35. Jan Theunis liextra, 1759. 
30. Jacobim Haider, 1705. 

J)|-; l)l_!HIIM.t)l-; SCIII-'NKICAN. 

37. 1''ar:lory inai k ( I). S. K,). 

j8. Amlin-nsiu Van Kfisi-l, 1075. 

39. J^onis l ( 'icioor, idtitj, 

40. Hendrik de Koninj;, 17^1. 

41. Factory mark. 

42. MatliKUS Van Hoepart, 1734. 

43. Hundrik Van Middeldyk, 1704. 

UK PA AW. 

44. Factory mark, 1651. 

T'OUUK MOKIAANS HoKJ-T. 

45. Rnchiis Jfacob.s Ilujiptisleiii, i6tlo. 
4t>. Antotii 'Kntisvve^, 1740. 

47. Geertrnij Vcrstclte, 17^4. 

Dli Kl.AKW. 

48. Lambertus Sandei us 1764. 



Dn PJU^T. 

49. Dirk Van der Kcst, 169^. 

50. Juliannes den Ajtpel, 1759. 



I)K DKIK. KUIKKKN. 
51. U'itial inaik (ilnct: Ill-Its), tf7. 

PK KCIMKVN. 
5^, Keinicr Iltiy, i'/i, 
SV Japanese cli.ir.iLK-i'.. 

54. J,I|).UK-SC <:liar.n:l<-rs. 

5(1. 1 Virus V.m M, \iiiiu, \?ty). 

57. Jnli.intu's V.in d"t Kl'.ui, i7<"'.|. 

Dl*. ,1 PuKi M.I'.VNK I'LK'.MKS. 

55. 'J'liparlilc in.irk of ( 'ornrlisdo Kfiwrand 

J, 11 uh .iiid Adi i. in f 'yn.if ko, it<ti\). 
50. Aihtan I'yn.u-kei, ><;', 

UK UK IK AMMNM.N. 
f'io. (J. I 'irlci s Kain, i''7-(. 
CM. Facinry mark. 
rta. /J.u;li.ri,di l*c-xlra, 17^1. 
6,1. Ifcmliii;!; Van IJoutn, r/so< 

J)K PoKt I-.I.KV.MK h< IliiTI t.. 
f-.\, Jnli.iniir . Pmiii'i, rr.'5- 
0^ Jan \'.in I'tiijn, i7'i>. 



Tin a ii(l 67. Kacltiry tnail't, '7'c 
fiH. Hiick V.tn drv !>?"., i >',, 

ti<h F.u'tory mark, ifr/; 7V''- 

DlC PoKi KI.I'VKT I 1 '!.!!!.. 

70. Juliannr-i Knotirr, iCn; ', 

71, Piflrr V;in Moiirnr, I ',>>. 

I 'r. Si AH. 
7. I l% .n'tni'v m.nk. 
7> C.iinrli-, dr Urn;, *(>,?>. 
74, J.IM A.dmr 1 ., 17.11. 
y"f JU'.IUs dr I'.rt j'., t7vj. 
70. Ah'-ilii'. Kirll, r/c. |. 



77 7* 1 !, and 7 ( . F.n'lmv in. irk -i, ifti. 
' and Mi. F'.ml Van dc:i |;nrl, .74... 



8,\ Fa'(ory ni,rk, i''}'|. 
ii.). Mailu-n. Van t!o;;a^it, 
f>4. Pirtcr Vpiluiri', 

J)K TWKK Wit prat AN-.. 
Hg. \ViltcmVan l!r:rt:, 171 j 171,.!. 

I>K TWII.K Si nii-rji-'i. 
fJ6, Anlliotty Pcuni 1 *, 7',g, 

T'JlNr;rK MKI.AAN 4 'i Hoi 

K7. Jobannr-i Vcrli;|jon, tyytt 

1)1'. I/AMl'J'. I'KAN. 

H8. (Jf-nit I'irunwci', 17.^0. 

8g. Abiatn Van dcr Krol. 17^.. 

Jjc.Continued about il!i t. 



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HVCJfS 
.6,8 



' JV>H 



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/t ^ 

G V<stii0 a.*? 



LV) 



2/ C V< 
1719 









VK 



3o 






JvPH 



2L 

ITD 



171; 



THART 



nrJp 



" /K 



v 

L.5 



i ;oc 



igv 

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Tfl 



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3 



Z.'DCX 






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RooS 




1731 



S 



'' THF 



$0 



omfxrt 



IVH 
172 8 



06 GB 



et Jan 



1791 



96 



FAYENCE. DELFT. 




IXV.X-I 

AS, 
D 





t*I>P 



H.S.T 



C. Zachtlcrcn Fa, 
1650. 




J.Y.J: 



'773 

ATB 

A A/ * a 
'77* 



GOG 

'779 



I.G.V 

V\AD. 



FAYENCE. DELFT. 



97 



I & 



D 



M.Q. 



R.T.C 



A.1,1663 . 



S M. 



H; 
B FS 



HvS 





8 



98 FAYENCK. DELFT. 



Heindering Waandcrs 
iy8t. 



R 
ft*-! 



HX 



M 




PDNX^T 

J/00 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



99 



CHINESE DYNASTIES. 

(READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT.) 



Tnng~han* 

A.D. 25. 



Hou-kan. 



1 



Tsiit. 



A.D. 264. 



Hoit-han. 

A.D. 947. 



Hoii-chao. 



A.T^. 960. 



^1 If Tttng-tsin. 



II27 - 



A.D. 420. 



l//rt// (Tartar). 

A.D. 1279. 



A.D. 479. 



Leang. 



A.D. 502. 



A.D. 1368. 

Tai'thsing. 

A.D. 1644. 



Tsin. 



EXAMPLES. 



AD. 557. 



Sui. 



A.D. 589. 



ft- 1 J\ Ta-miHg 

jt K W Iching-koa 



A,D. 618. 



yj -J lion-lean^. 

vlv" A. D. 

/^ 



Ta-ming 



924- 



(t'iii 



Hou-tsln. 
1=3 A.D. 936 



During the 
period. 



IOO 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



SUNG DYNASTY. 

NAMES OF PERIODS. 



King-te. 

A.D.I004- 



^ 4 
' 1 T 



T* 
1 T 



A.D. 1007- 



Tien-shing. 

A.D. 1023. 



Ming-tao. 

A.D. 1023. 



Ching-yti. 



I023> 



A.D. 1023. 



"^* Poo-yuan. 

7L A.D. 1023. 

/^ x ^ 



Chi-ping. 



A.D. 1068. 



^^ Yuan-fung. 
^ A.Dfio68. 



Yuan-yit. 

A.D. 1086. 



ThaO'Shing. 

A. I). 1086. 



Yitan-fu. 

A.D. IOS6. 



X *- Chung-ho. 

7\\ A.D. nor. 



Cheng-ho. 

A.D. noi. 



CMen-Ckting. 

A.D. HOI. 



Y^? Tsnng-ning. 



-ft- 

/V' 



Ta-chuan. 

A.D. 1 120. 



Ching-kang. 

A.D. 1120. 



NAN-SUNG DYNASTY. 

NAMES OF PERIODS. 



1 Chien-tan. 
x ii^ A.D. 1127, 



Shao-hsing. 



1127. 



Chien-tao. 

A.D. 1163. 



IBP ^^-^ 
'-tiru A. 



, 
A.D. 1163. 



j El? Shtw-hsL 

A.D. 



/5H5 ^ 



Ching-yuan. 

AJX.H95. 



Chia-tai. 

A.D. II9S- 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



IOI 



T A.D. 1195. 



Kia-ting. 

A.D. 1195. 



Pao-cking. 

A.D. 1225. 



Shao-ting. 

A.D. 1225. 



J. \*/ -LT 

!2^T T 



Tuan-ping. 

A.D. 1225. 



Hai-hsi. 



I225 . 

J 



J o Hsien-tun. 

A.D. 1265. 



A.D. 1275. 



Chinp-tan. 

A.D. 1277. 



Cheang-hsing. 

A.D. 1278. 



YUAN DYNASTY. 

(TARTAR). 

NAMES OF PERIODS. 



^ Chi-yuan. 
7L A.D. 1279. 



ra 

32* 



Huang-clung. 
A.D. 1312. 



A.D. 1321. 



A.D.i 3 2 4 . 



A.D. 1329. 



Chi-sJian. 

A.D. 1330. 



A.D. 1333. 



^p. Chi-ynan. 

A.D. 1333. 



A.D.I333. 



TA-MING DYNASTY. 

NAMES OF PERIODS AND EMPEROR. 



Honnz-wou. 1368. 
Tai-tsou. 



Kian-wen* 1399. 

Chu-ty. 



Yitan-tso* 



Young-fa. 1403. 
Tching-tsou. 






AtDI295 



Jm-tsoung. 



A.D. 1308. 



Siomn-te. 1426. 
Hiouan-tsoung. 



A.D. 



Tching-tung. 1436. 
Ying-tsoung. 



102 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 







King-tai. 1-150. 
King-tai. 



Tien-chitn. 1457. 
Ying-tsoung. 




\ ^ 
.50 



Tching-hoa. i 

Tchun - ti 



Howig-tchi. 1488. 
Hiao-tsoung. 



1 L JffrD 
JLj |7B1 



Tchivg-te. 1506. 
Wou-tsoung. 



Kia-tsing. 1522. 
Chi-lsoung. 



I? 
|>l 




Loniig-klmig. 1567. 
Mou-tsoung. 



f==i 



Wiin-li. 1573. 
Chin-lsoung. 



Tai-1chang. 1620. 
Kouang-tsoung. 



."7^- 
TV 



Tien-ki. 1621. 
Tchy-ti. 



Tswng-tsu. 1628. 
Hoai-tsoung. 



Chun-tchi. 1644. 
Chi-tsou. 



Tsoung-kwang 1 . 

1644. 



YjY/3 ^tl 

THD 



Tschao-won. 



n2i -pU Loittig-woH. 1646. 
3= Itv Thang-wang. 



rp 

/J\ 



y*tuir-fy. 1647. 

Kouci-wang. 



TAI-THSING DYNASTY. 

NAMKS OK J'KUfonS AND KMI'RKOR. 



-JL1 ^v 

TV (1/1 



Tni-tsou. 



1 , QJ^I Tien-tsottng. 1627. 
XV ^fiy Tai-tsoung. 



Tsoting-te. 



1662. 
Ching-tsou. 



I723- 
CliMsoung. 



.<r- "736- 

Koa-lsoung. 

Kia-king. 1 796. 
Jin-tsoung. 



Ttio-kouang. 1821. 
/I f Mcen-ning. 




HlCH-foHlf. 



'862. 



Koiiang-shin, 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



103 



SEALS (Siao-tchouan) XV TO XIX CENTURIES. 




King-te. A.D. 1004-1008. 




fltl 



Ito 

Khang-hi. A.D. 1662-1722. 




ffflir 

Yvitg-tching. A.D. 1723-1736. 



Young-lo. A.D. 1403-1425. 




nn 



ft 



JVnen 



Siimen-te. A.D. 1426-1436. 



illitn 




rrrsp-ju 

ill 



n A.D. 1736-1795. 



fi 




liyfe! nVi 

r 1 "** III 

firn IIH 



Tchi Nien King Kea Wising Ta 






Tschao j wottm A.D. 1646. 





Kea~king* A.D. 1795-1821. 



IO4 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 




IUI 





aia 

tax 

Taa-kouang. A.D. 1821-1851. 





Hien-fong. A.D. 1851-1862. 




Tung-tche* A.D. 1862-1875. 




no 

CO 



A vase for the rich and honourable." 




I-Shing. 

*' Harmonious 
prosperity." 




lo-Shin 
Chin-tsang. 

"Deep like a 
treasury of gems." 




Koh-ming- 
tsiang-fhi. 

Name of maker. 




ffeae-chuh 
Choo-jin-tsaou. 

"Made for the 
Lord of the Heae 
Bamboos." 



Tl 



Jr 



Modern. 
Copied at 
Worcester. 




Seal of 

a 

Man- 
darin. 



M. 



Show or CJieoti. 
" Longevity." 




Another variety 
or Ckeou. 




' Cheou. 

Another more 

ornamental. 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



105 





King-te. 
1450-1457. 




Not 
deciphered. 




Sioiten-te. 
1426-1436. 




A stamp on a 
bronze toad. 




The Pa-kwa^ or eight trigrams of 
Fou-hi, by which he and his fol- 
lowers, as we are informed, attempt 
to account for all the changes and 
transmutations which take place in 
nature. 

Tsang-kie was the inventor of the 
first characters, and Fou-hi, 3468 
years B.C., first traced the Pa-kwa 
the eight symbols here given, so 
frequently seen on square vases in 
relief, accompanied by the circular 
ornament, composed apparently of 
two fish, which forms the centre of 
two trigrams on each side of the 
vase. These Buddhist symbols were 
also introduced by the Japanese in 
their decorative wares. 



io6 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



No. i. 
Stems. 



*-t> 

3. 



6 



No. 2. 
The Five Elements. 



Kia 
Yih 



I 

ih ) 

\ng \ 
ing ) 

Vn \ 

a ) 

} 
,} 



Correspond to 



Ping 
Ting 

Wn 
Ki 

Keng 
Sin 



Jen 
Kwei 



Wood. 



Fire. 



Earth. 



Metal. 



Water. 



No. 3. 
Branches. 



9 



All these inscriptions may be known as dates by the characters 
which usually terminate the inscription : Nieti, year ; and tchi^ to 
make, form, or fashion. 



Sometimes other characters are used : Nien-tsaou, made in the 
year indicated. 



Wo-*hin-men Leang-ki~shoo. " Painting of Leang-ki 
in the Wo-skin year." The fifth year of the seventy- 
fifth cycle, A.D. 1808. 




A wine CU P- 




Wine jug. 



THE SEVENTY-SIXTH SEXAGENARY CYCLE, 

COMMENCING A.D. 1864. 

From "Mayers' Chinese header's Manual." 



IP J 



.AZ 



T9JI 



T 



"9 



R 



jJc 



J~o 



EE 



fZ 



fiK 



S3 



4 



TE 



fT 



El 



ft 



/-z 



^/^ r *j 

^^j ^^* 

~m 



fy 



74 



T* 



flr 



io 



60 



IOS PORCELAIN. CHINA. 


NUMERALS ADOPTED BOTH IN CHINA AND JAPAN. 




Chinese 

Ordinary 
Numerals. 


Pronunciation. 


Chinese 
Merchants' 
Numerals, 




One . 


. * 


ru 


1 


One 


Two . 


= 


Urh 


tr 


Two 


Three 


^3^ 


San 


rrr 


Three 


Four . 


(D3 


M 


X 


Four 


Five . 


dal 


Ngfo 


^ 


Five 


Six ... 


^ 


Lyeh 


, 


Six 


Seven 


4L 


7*W 


.i* 


Seven 


Eight 


TV 


Pdh 


^JL-A 


Eight 


Nine . 


/L 


r~ 


^ 


Nine 


Ten . 


-f- 


Shih 


Hh 


Ten 


A hundred 


W 


rah 


n-h 


Twenty 


A thousand 


- ^ 


TJ/iyen 


l'l"f* 


Thirly 


Ten thousand . 


m 


Wan 


x-h 


Forty 




' 




^p 


Fifty 


1 -* --r .. '__' \ 

r^n f-* 21 tu 51 ys^j 60 c5i 2oo S Q n on 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



109 



INSCRIPTIONS ON CHINESE PORCELAIN. 




Jin-ho-kouan. " House of Humanity 
and Concord." 1111-1125. 



/ v\ 

Tchou~fou-yao. " Porcelain of the 
palace." 1260-1367. 



"Three fishes." Siouen-te period. 



* Three fruits." 1426-1435. 



Ou-in-fao-jtn. "The old man who 
lives in solitude." 1567-1619. 



A 

D 



" Happiness, riches, and long life." 
" The five blessings. 



" Three mushrooms." 1426-1435. 



Woo-fuh. " The five blessings/' 



The word '* Happiness" repeated 
five times. 



Woo-ftth-Un-mwi. "May the five 
blessings enter here." 



. "Longevity." 1426-1435. 



'Jhsieou. "Wine." 1521-1566. 



Fuh-koitey-tchang-tchnn. " Riches, 
high rank, and long life." 



W" 
Tsao-Cang. "Jujubes." 1522-1566. 



A'iaug-fang. *' Ginger.' J 1522-1 566. 



C// tfo?/ -pi-nan -chart* 
Fou-jou-t<nmg-hai, 



I 10 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



Tching-liiig-kiim. Vase used al 
feasts. 



Tchouan~yoMen-ki-ti. '* May you 
obtain that title." 



Ing-chin-yoiiei. " Souvenir." 



1 Me ! I am the friend of him." 



Crteng-yeou-ya-tsi. <{ A distinguished 
reunion of friends." 



^. fi 



ron-kon-tchin-oitan. " Antiquarian 
curiosities." 



2. 

Ottan-yu. ' Precious jade." 



Ti'hiit'Otinii. " Precious pearl." 



Tai-yu. Pal ede jade, 



. *' Ksirc as the five 
precious ihinjjs." 



Tcliom-OHaii. '* Precious offer." 



ci 



Fou-kond'kia-khi. ** Vase for noble 
use." 



i 



Yu-thang-kia-khi. " A vase of llic 
Hall of Jatlc." 



PORCELAIN., CHINA. 



Ill 



r 



Ting-chi-tckm-khi-chi-pao. " A rare 
and precious stone." 



LLi / 

' 



Khi-yu-thang-teki. " Made in the 
Hall of Jade." 



Tse-thse-thang-tchi. " Made in the 
Hall of the Violet Thorn." 



1 






Tcti-thang-youen-fou. " Made in the 
Hall of the Source of Happiness." 



i 



Tchi-thant-hien-mao. " Made in the 
veiled Celestial Hall." 



Yit-ya-kin-hoa. " Splendid as gold 
in the House of Jade." 



Yii'kiwU'tieii'tsing. " When the rain 
ceases, clouds become clear." 



Pei'tching-tien-kien-M-tsao. " Made 
by Kien-ki." 




Ming Dynasty. 







* 




Thsing Dynasty. 



Jade. 



Pearl. 



112 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 




Seal of the Ming Dynasty. 




A mark on porcelain. 



"JL 

*^^ 
flTD 

Ming Dynasty. 







TcJiing-te-nien*tch t. 1 506-1 5 22. 



DEVICES 

FOUND ON PORCELAIN. 




Wan-tsc. The Creation. 




Pearl. Emblem of talent. 





A stone of honour. 




A stone of honour. 



The sacred axe. 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 




Writing implements. 




Musical instruments. 





A rabbit. 




Clioang-yu. Two fish. 













Unknown marks. 



1 14 



I'OKCiiLAIX. CHINA. 







Unknown marks. 






Unknown marks. 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



MARKS ON SPECIMENS IN THE JAPANESE 
PALACE, DRESDEN. 





3LE 












Il6 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 
















PORCELAIN. CHINA. 







117 









A 






n8 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 




/"/. "Prosperous." 




A gourd, an emblem of 
longevity. 





Unknown. 




Unkno\yn ; probably 
Siamese. 





* Two varieties of four- 
legged vases with a high ear 
on each side. This mark has 
been copied on Derby porce- 
lain, and been wrongly de- 
scribed as a modelling table. 



PORCELAIN. CHINA. 



119 




I Voshin-nien Leang- 
ki-shoo. ' ' Paint- 
ing of Leang-ki in 
the Woshin year," 
the fifth year of 
the cycle, probably 
1808. 




I 'a Jig- ho -tang-tchi. 
"Made at the 
Yang-ho (encour- 
agement of har- 
mony) Hall." 




Yv ft- tang- tea -ke. 
11 Beautiful vessel 
of the Jade HaU" 
(name given to the 
Imperial Chinese 
Academy). 



A'a n-ch uen -kin-yuh . 
' ' The elegant Jade 
of Nan-chuen." 



Shwal - juh - kuiig- 
yung. " For the 
"public use of the 
general's Hall. 11 




Shi tig- yew -ya- chi. 
1 ' The elegant col- 
lection of the holy 
friends." 




Gae-Uen-chin-ch a ng. 
1 4 Precious reward 
for the lover of 
Nelubium" (water 
lily). 



See Yuh. " West- 
ern Jade." 



* 



Yew-lai. "The ar- 
rival of friends." 



Pao-shing. 
1 ' Inexpressibly 
precious." 



Tau-kwei. ' 
olive." 



Red 




A form of the seal 
character, show, 
" Longevity." 
Known in Holland 
as the spider mark. 



I2O 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



GREAT JAPAN. 



B 



DAJ 

Ni- 

PON. 




Guikmon. Chrysanthemum. 
An Imperial mark. 




Kirimon. A flower used by the 
Mikado as an emblem. 




MINAMOTO. 




MlNAMOTO. 
Used by the Sioguns, 1593. 




RF.GKNT OF GOTAIRO, killed 1860. 




o 



PRINCE OF KANGA. 




PRINCE OF SATSUMA. 




PRINCE OF SIIENDAI. 



NAGATO. 



The Daimios. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



121 




AKI. 




BIZEN. 




ARIMA. 




KOURODA. 




SlMOSA. 

DaTmios. 




WAKASA. 




TANGA. 




OSSOUMT. 




YAM ASTRO. 




SATAK& 



DaTmios. 



122 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 




Sou wo. 




O 




o 



NANBU. 




TSIKUGO. 




AKITA. 



Daifmios. 




KUWANA. 




ASIU. 




H ICONIC. 




ONVADZIMA. 




PRINCE OF HIZEK. 



Dai'mios. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



123 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 
GrOKlNAT. 



i. Yamasiro. Afiaco, 
or the principality 
of Kiota, is in this 
province. Awata, 
Uji % Kiyomidsu. 



( 2. Yamato. 
*** i" Koriyama. 



(_3. Kawatsi or Kawaji. 
Hiogo^ Awadji. 






4. Idsoumi. Fitshimi. 



J 



5. Setsou or Sidzu. 
Oosaka, Saki. 



TOKAIDO. 




2. Is<5 or Isy<*. 

Yokkaichi. 






3. Sima. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 




I 4. Owari. 



Okasaki, 

Seto t Shinoyama, 
Inaki-mura. 






5. Mikawa. 




xo; 



6. Tootomi (Toh6- 
domi). Shitoro- 
mjira. 



< r 7. Sourouga. 




8. Kahi or Kii. 
\Vagayama. 



' 9. Idsou. Simotfa. 



10. Sungaini. /'V/ji- 
ytiwa. MOHS. 



ii. Mousasi. 

T 1 ^/^, Yokohama, 
Asakusa^ Imado t 
Kemume- m ura. 



124 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 




is. Awa. 



3. Kadsousa. 



14. Simusa. 



15. Hitatsi. 




TOSANDO. 
i. Oomi. 



- 2. Mino. 



T| !- 3. Hida or Fida. 



t^. i| - 

A 1 




4. Sinano. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 



5. Kutsouk(J. 





6. Siinotsoukd. 



. 7. Moutsiu 



- 8, Dftva. 



KOKOUROKOUPO. 
i. \Vakasa. 



1) D. 



2. YctsiVscn. 



3. Kanga. A'//tii//i t 
Ohhnachl. 



> 4. Noto. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



1 2 5 



Provinces and Piincipal Factories. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 



5. Yetsisiou, 



6. Idsoumo. Mad- 
s-itye, Sagai. 




- 6. Vetsigo. 



fe. 



7- Sado (Island). 



SANINDO. 



i. Tanba. 



ft- 

yjjj 



T 

U Tango. 



3. Tatsima. 



4. Inmba. 




5. Foki or Hooki. 



* 



7. I\vami or Iwaki. 
l\*agamwa,SoMa. 



1 



8. Oki (Island). 



SANYODO. 




i. Arima or Halima. 
htmeji. 




2. Mimasaka. 



' 



=P 



3. Bitsiou. 



4. Bizen. Imbc. 



\ * 

Ird - 

H, ) 



5. Bingo. 



[26 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 



6. Aki. 



- 7. Suuwo. 



8. 



Nagalo. ffagi, 
,- Afadsf/, Toyo- 
I nra-yama. 



NANKAIDO. 




i. Awadsi or Aw;iji 
(Island). 




A 

2. Awa. 



r> 





3- Sanoulci. 



4. lyo. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 




T. Rouxon or Rudsen. 



2. Tsiknuscn. Sobara- 




" 3. Tsikoun^o. 



3 



5. Mi/en ; in the Is- 
land of Kin-Siu. 
Jmall, Mat so nra, 
A rita , Nagasaki , 
Deshna, A'arats?/, 
Okaivajii Afika- 



\ 6. Figo or Iligo. 



. 7. Fiouga or Hiouga. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



127 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 



Provinces and Principal Factories. 



8. Ohosoumi or Osumi. 
Chi lisa. 



10. Iki (Island). 



H- 



9. Sdtsuma. Kawa- 
shh'o-gawa, 



, n. Tsousima (Island). 



NOTE. 

The usual terminations, following the Chinese or Japanese marks of 
dynasties, provinces, or factories, as well as those of potters, are here 
given : 



(fco or tzi>, "maker." 

stf, " made/' same as Chinese /<///. 



Chinese. Japanese. 
nien \ nctt 

r r 

tcJty I set 



" made in the period." 



Japanese. 
tiff I 



128 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



JAPANESE SEXAGENARY CYCLE, OF 60 YEARS. 

TEN SERIES CYCLIC. SIGNS OF THE ELEMENTS. 



i. Ki n6 ye 
f 2. A7 11$ ye 

3. Fttittye 

4. y-y >/ t ; to . 

5. Tstitsfntye . 
3 6. TsA/si no to . 

7. A";/^ W(/^'^ 

8. Katie it dye . 

9. Mldzft n6 ye . 
10. MiJst'r nti to . 



K'i, \\ r oocl . 



/'Y, Fire 



Tsft/sf, Earth 



', Metal 



Mulsft, Water 



7k 
'X 



Tfc 



TWELVE SERIES CYCLE. 

j" i. JVe . . Mouse. 

Jl 2. Uri . . . Bull. 

^B 3. Tora . . . Tiger. 

fJQ 4. U . . . Hare. 

J^ 5. TV?/ ' . , Dragon. 

Q 6. A/i . . . Serpent. 



SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 



7- 

8. Mtsihl 

9. A'*//-// . 

TO. 7iW7 . 
IT. />/// . 
T2. / 



. Horse. 

. Goat. 

. Ape. 

. Cock. 

. Hound. 

. Swine. 



SYNOPSIS OF THE SEXAGENARY CYCLE. 


Th 

melal 
and f( 

broth* 

Th< 
twelv< 
Japan 

If I 

bixty s 

Kino m 

The f 
(mous 
(youn 
minat 




ro 
f i i 


2.- 


ft 


T 


ft. 


e 


* 


^ 





* 




3- 


/ 




/J 




2f 




37 




? 




3- 




2. 




/* 




2J 




3? 




TO 


is 


6-/ 




J 




/.r 




2.7 




>? 




on 




f2 




^ 




'6 




28 




*0 


M 


**' 




fj 




f 




'r 




3- & 




, 




*2 




f<, 




6 




'* 




30 


4 


J/ 




3 




SV 




r 




/ G 




^ 




32 




* 




T6 




9 




Zo 


4> 


2/ 




JJ 




S 




*7 




9 









Z2 




J 




<,* 




ft 




/o 


^ 


// 




23 




J$- 




* 7 




r 9 




% 




SI 




2* 




3 




48 




60 




; cycle of ten series is derived from the five elements wood, fire, earth, 
and water which, each taken double, are distinguished as masculine 
sminine, or, after the Japanese conception, as the elder and younger 

ir fcd 3 ye, and ftp h to. 

; cycle of twelve series has relation to the division of the zodiac into 
2 equal parts, and bears the name of the Chinese zodiac, for which 
ese names of animals are used, as above. 

Doth series are let proceed side by side till both are run out, then the 
eries cycle is obtained, of which the first year is called B3 ? 'Si ? 

*9 V| t f . 

ye ne no tosi, and the sixtieth, ^ *>% '^f^ , A/Histf ntf to ino tosi. 

irst year of which may thus be explained: kino (wood), ye (elder), ne 
>e), no tosi (of the year). The last or sixtieth : mftfiti n6 (water), to 
jer), / (swine), no tosi (of the year; no, "of," the genitive ter- 
ioii). 



130 "NENGOO" OR JAPANESE PERIODS. 



T 



Jinn-tin 



Gen-tin . 



3C "_L 



Show-tiyo 



AWvV./ 



Kwan-shtjw 
7t> 

7p t\f* Bun-show 



Bun-mei 



A.n. 
'370. 

1372. 

375- 
1380. 
1380. 

1394- 
1428. 
1429. 

I44T. 
1444. 

T449- 
1452. 

I4S5. 
1457- 
1460. 
1466. 
1467. 
1469. 
1487. 
1489. 
1492. 
1501. 



fc 
'i^> ] V/-.v//( w 

^ Dai-jfi . 



JE * 

r 3 fttT A'ci-tui . 



'/& $y 
"\/ S 7 Kwtnt-bun 



rd-k?y<> 



A.D. 
IS04. 



1532. 



'558. 
IS70. 

1573- 
1592. 
IS96. 
1615. 
1624. 
1644. 
1648. 
1652, 

T655- 
1658. 
1661. 
1673. 
1681. 
168^. 
1688. 
1704. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



?* TP 

IKS-IE- Slwwtok 
Kly i-ho 
Gen-bun 
Kwan-po 
\ "en-kiyo 
Kivan-yen 
Ho-reki 
Afei-wa 
An-jci . 

BJ^ JT^ Ten-Met 
A'wan-sei 
A'iyo-wa 



A.D. 
1711. 



X 73 6 - 

1741. 
. 1744- 
. 1748. 

. 1764. 

. 1772. 

. 1781. 

1789- 
. 1801. 



ffj yZ$ JCoo-faea 
^j/ ^L Ka-yei 



;** 



c 



An-sei 
Man-en. 

Geu-dsi 



A. D. 
1804. 

1818. 
1830. 
1844. 
1848. 

1854- 
1860. 

1861. 



. 1865. 
i-ji, 1868 to present 



EXAMPLES OF DATES. 



Gen-hi ncn-xei. 
A.D. 1570. 



Ten -3 hew. 
A.D. 1579. 



Rt 



Show-u. 

" A.D. 1653. 



Errl-soui Yang-iii$. 
A.D. 1653. 



Yem-po iien-wi. 
A.D. 1673 to 1681. 



Bnn-hia nen-sci. 
A.D. 1804 to 1818. 



Mci-ji-nen To-yen -set, 
A.D. 1868. 



END OF NKNCOOS. 



1 3 2 JAPANESE NUMERALS. 


One .... 


i ^ 


//.v/. 




Two . ; 2 ,,\ 


AV. 




Three .... 3 -'" \ 


San. 




Four .... 


4 IZ9 


Si. 




Five .... 


. E 


Ga. 




Six .... 


6 y i 


**. 




Seven .... 


7 J, 


Si/si. 




Eight .... 


71 


FatsL 




Nine .... 


; A 


A't'Ti'. 




Ten .... 10 1-* 


Ziyit. 




\ i J 

Hundred ... 100 1*1 
1"" ' 1 


Fiy\ik. 




Thousand . 


^ 

1000 >ir 

* ~ \ 


Sen. 




Ten thousand . . i 10,000 J"t"V 


Man or Jian. 




Eleven ... n ' J * 


The mark for i is placed 
below that for 10. 


i ..,., >. 


V 




Twenty-one . 21 |"~* 


To denote 20, 30, &c., the 


^ 


- marks are 


placed above 


Fifty-one ... 51 J-Lj 


10. 




i 


' 




Sixty .... 60 , /S 


The symbol 
above 10, 


for 6 placed 


i 






Two hundred . r 200 p> "i 


The symbol 
above zoo, 


for 2 placed 
and so on. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN 



KIOTO (PROVINCE). 

Formerly MIACO. 



53U 



Fushimi. A copy of style. 
Koyemon, potter. 



ii in Uji. 



ft 




ak?t. Zengoro, potter, 1810. 



Kiyomidsu. 
Dohachi, potter, 1875. 



1730. 




1750. 
Kiyomidsu. Ken-Zan, potter. 



Kiyomidsii. Sei-fu, potter, 1875. 






Nin-sei, potter at Monomura, 1690. 



134 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 




Kanxiin, potter of Kioto, 1860. 



Q 

Kanzan, potter, 1870. 




Tai-ssan, potter, 1870. 



\JL/ 



Itsi-gaya. Tai-zan, potter, 1870. 



Tai-zan , 
potter. 



Den-ko, 
potter, 1870. 



Awata ware ( Yaki}* 





Awtfd, 1 800. 
Cheott, /v:/// ,/}///, chc, I ah. 
"The Five 



YAMATO OR AMATC 
(PROVINCE). 



t at Koriy<.ima^ 1650. 




Agahada* By Tan-sat-su-do, i6f 




S 
Of 

Agahada. Boku-haku, potter. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



135 



IDSUMI (PROVINCE). 




Minato. Senshui-Sagai-iHOto. 
fCichi-ye-mon, potter, i8th Century. 



SETSOU (PROVINCE). 



a 
61 

^._*o 

Raku ware. Kissu-ko, potter, 1860. 



OR ISY^ (PROVINCE). 



HIS 



7>t' ware, 1580. Fou-kou t "happiness." 



IstBanko 
ware. 



I 



1870. 




. Inscription, and 
name in oval. 




/jf Banko marks t 
1875- 



9 



1875. 



OWARI (PROVINCE). 



Inu-yzma ware. 




Ho-raku (name of fabric), 1820. 




Go-raku (name of fabric), 1820. 





Go-raku and potter's name. 



5j</<? ware or Seto t 1764. 



I 3 6 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



e 



Somctsitka \\are, made tit Sedo, 1800. 



ten, 1874. 



Nagoya ware, by Shippo Kuwaisha, 
1876. 



f 



Q 

^1 "^^^ I 



, 

B 



X&io ware, 

1876. 



*<# 



KII OR KAYEI (PROVINCE). 



Khhiu 
ware, 
1800. 



Of 



ware, 
1848. 



Ktt-yci guan-ycn KttH&i O toko yam a. 



Kishin 
ware, 
1828. 



A r a nk i Ofoko-ya m a . 




Art*//, " Long life." 
Ornamental form on various wares. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 




Iga ware, made at Kimpozan. 



MOUSASI (PROVINCE). 




y<?dfo Banko ware, 1750. 






Kozawa Benshi, potter, 1875. 



Ma-kitsu-yo-Kosan-tso t 1 875. 



Ttf^/i? ware. Hiyochiyen, potter, 1875. 



tl 
" 







Mi no ware. Kado Gosuke, potter, 1875. 



KANGA ORKAGA(PRoviNCE\ 



Kanga Kutani, 1867. 




Kanga Kutani, 1867. 



'38 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



A 



Kutani mark, 1875. 



ffil 



Fo-u-kou. " Happiness/ 1 1620. 



B 



Z)a/ Nipon Kutani-tzo> 1870. 




Kutani. Tou-zan, potter, 1860. 




Kutaiii. Inscription begins at top 
and reads to the left, 1875. 



Ohi Machi. Raku ware, 1800. 





Ohi Machi. Rakn ware, 1800. 



) and potter's mark, 1870. 



IDSUMO (PROVINCE). 



- 

m 




K-utani. Uchiumi, potter, 1875. 



Pushina ware. Made at Mansuye, 
1820. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



139 




Fushhta ware, 1830. 



Fushina. Kano Itsu-sen-in, 1840. 




W 

Fushina, 1750. 



IWAMI (PROVINCE). 



oQp 

oQp 
050 



Soma ware. Badge of the Prince. 




Soma ware, 1840. 




' Happiness " on Soma, &c., 
1840. 



Soma. Mark of Yen-Zan. 



Soma. Mark of Kane-Shige. 



HARIMA (PROVINCE). 



ste 



Tosan. Made at Himeji, 1820. 





Tozan ware, 1820. 




A stamp unknown, 1760. 



Hirado \vare. 

Made at 
Mikawaji, 1770, 



140 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



1840. 




AVVAJI_ (ISLAND). 
*L? B 



~ !* 

Nlpon Aivaji Kashlu San pel* 1875. 



HIZEN (PROVINCE). 





Jiraku ware, at Karatsu, 1800. 



PJ- 

Mikawaji, near Arita, 1760. 

_._...... 

H 



Okawaji, near Arita. 




Made at MikaiuajL The inscription 
begins at bottom, reading left. 1875. 




Okawaji. hnari vvaro 



hnari in Hixen. 




7,0-slnm ware. 




JJ 



I marl in Arita. 



PORCELAIN. JAPAN. 



14! 




Iniari ware, made at Arlta^ 1800. 



Arifa. Fnk-kouei-chaiig-chnn t " The 
Five Blessings," 1810. 



* 

Z(W// nn-tei-Sa mpo-sci, 1 830. 



^ 

LiL f| 

' 



-Jr/Va \\are (/man). Fukagawa, 
potter. 



Arita \vare, made by S. Fukami, 
1875. 



fc 



Imarit by S. Fukami, 1875. 






A'isa. Koransha mark of S. Fukami, 
1875. 



Dai Nip^n Hizcn. 



Mark of Y. l*'ukagaua of Arita, 1875, 
on the above. 



142 



PORCELAIN. ITALY. 



ITALY. 





FLORENCE, 1580. The cathedral. 





'Ml 







FLORENCE. XVI Century. 
Arms of the Medici. 




FLORENCE. XVI Century. 
A lion's paw holding a tablet. 




FLORENCE. 




DOCCIA. Established 1735. 




DOCCIA. Fanciullacci. 



PORCELAIN. ITALY. 



143 



* 




GINORI. 

DOCCIA. XVIII Century. 




CA 
MS. 

DOCCIA. XVIII Century. 







CAPO DI MONTE. 
Established 1736, ceased 1821. 



N 



CAPO DI MONTE. Circa 1759. 
N crowned for Naples. 





CAPO DI MONTE. Circa 1780. 
Rex Ferdinandus. 



CAPO DI MONTE. Painter. 




NAPLES. Ghistiniani. 



144 



PORCELAIN. ITALY. 







MILAN. J. Richard. XIX Century. 



GAJF.F. 

J r*e is- 1 so. 

TRKVISO. 
Giuseppe Andrea Fonlebasso, Fratelli. 



FF. 



. I'ralclli Fonlebasbo. 




DO 



TURIN (Vineuf). Ebt.iblislicd 1770. 
Doctor Giuanctti. 



V-F 




CAR.: 



1776 

TUKIN (Vincuf). 




VjfKNXA. 

1765 
Venezia 

Fab" Geminiano 
COZZI 



VKNICK. 



V 



en? 



CK. Kblablishod circa 1720. 



PORCELAIN. ITALY. 



145 



c.P 



VENICE. 
Initials with prices underneath. 



VENICE, an early mark. 





* 



AE.W 

i.w 



VENICE. Unknown marks. 





VENICE. Marks of the Vezzi period. 
Established 1723, ceased circa 1750. 



CtaL TMrt oct di 



VENICE. Ortolani , circa 1740. 




G.M 

A 



Cozzi period. Giovanni Marconi. 



K 



146 



PORCELAIN. ITALY. 




l.G, 




VICNICE. Marks of the Cozzi period. 
Established 1765. 



06 




Novrc. Established 1752. 
Giovanni Battista Antonibon. 



l/io-ae* 




NCTVE. Antonibon. 




GSAiB.- 

MOVE. Giovanni Battista, Antonio 
Bon or Antonibon. 




NOVE. Marconi, painter. 




* 

* 



NOVK. XVIII C'entury. 



Move 



WOVE 



NOVK, Baroni period, 1802-1825. 



PORCELAIN. ITALY SPAIN. 



/ ^ 

GB 

MOVE 

NOVE. Baron i. 




NOVE. XVIII Century. 



ESTE+ 1783 + 

ESTE, near Padua. XVIII Century. 



2)- -8 

ESTE 




ESTE, 



SPAIN. 



"' llTl ! I I 






GERONA. 

NOTE. Probably a Spanish coat-of-arms on 
Oriental porcelain. 



jfc> 



MADRID (Buen. Retire). 
Established 1760, ceased 1808. 



TIT 

MADRID. Cayetano fecit. 




MADRID. Salvador Nofri. 



148 



PORCELAIN. SPAIN. 



CD 



MADRID. Ochogravia? 



MADRID. Sorrentini? 




MADRID. Pedro Georgi ? 



MADRID. Unknown. 



> Tlr 

MADRID. Charles III. 

R. F. ID. PORCELANA 
B. S. M. C. 

MADRID. On imitation Wedgwood. 




MADRID. XVIII Century. 




O.F b 

MADRID. XVI II Century, 



x 



MADRID (Buen Retire). 
Established 1763, ceased 1808. 



Jft 



OF 

X- 



MADRID. 



VA 



OPORTO. Vista Allegre. Established 
about 1790. 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 



149 



GERMANY. 






DRESDEN (Meissen). 

Augustus Rex, 1709-1726. For the 

King's use. 



DRESDEN. Wand of ^Esculapius. 

Established c. 1712. Porcelain for sale, 

1715 to 1720. 





DRESDEN. 
Comtesse de Cosel's service. 




DRESDEN, 1716 to 1720. 




DRESDEN. 
B5ttger's marks. 



I JO 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 




DRESDEN. 
Bottger's marks. 




DRESDEN, about 1720. 




DRESDEN. Early marks, c, 1730. 



A 




DRESDEN. Kind's period, 1770. 






DRESDEN, about 1796. One or more 
stars denote the Marcolini period. 



X 

JS.^.J 



K.H.C.W 

DRESDEN (Meissen). 



DkKSJJKN. 




UKKSDICN (Meissen). 



NOTE. -One bar across the swords on white cliina signifies perfect and fer safe. 
One or two above or below signifies defective. 
Two to four across on services, more or less defective. 



PORCELAIN. GERMAN Y. 



JW. 

Konigliche Porzellan Manufactur. 



X 




C-J 
l; et 
VSO. \ 



DRESDEN (Meissen). 



tr 



DRESDEN. 






w 

JBtjzG 



-f/zS 

, 30 De 




JU1CW 





DRESDEN. 



'52 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 




VIENNA. 
Established 1718, ceased 1864. 



LAMPRECHT. 



Perger. 
Furstlcr. 



VARSANNI. 
J. Week. 

K. Herr. 



VIENNA. Artists. 




ELBOGRN. 
Established 1815. Haidinger. 



NOWOTNY. 

AN. 

Ar/PENROUTAU. Nowotny. 



HEREND. 






HERKND. Arms of Hungary. 
XVI H Century. 



HKRKND. Morice Fischer. 



S 



SCHLAKENWALD. Established 1800. 



C.F. 



PIRKENHAMMKR. Christian Fischer. 



PORCELAIN, GERMANY. 



153 



F&R 



J.F. R 

PlRKENHAMMER. 

-Fischer and Reichambach. 



[K%Gl 
IPRAGJ 

PRAGUE. Kriegel and Co. 




BERLIN. Wegeley. Established 1751. 



I 



BERLIN. Sceptre, 1761. 




ETM 

BERLIN. Used c. 1830. 



X 



WE 








BERLIN. Various marks. 



X 





CHARLOTTENBURG. Established 1760. 



B. P. M. 

BKRLINT. 




MOABIT near -BERLIN. 
Established 1835. 



154 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 







HOCHST. Established by Gelz, 1720. 




PRANKENTHAL. 

Crest used from 1755 to 1761. 




FRANKENTHAL. J.A. Hannong. 





FKANKENTHAL. 
Mark of Carl Theodor, 1761. 



VI 



FRANICENTHAL, 





FRANKKNTLIAL. Hannong. 




IHi 



A 

B 



GREINSTADT. Bartolo. 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 



155 





NYMPHENBURG. Established 1758. 
Arms of Bavaria. 




NYMPHENBURG. 



I.A.H 

J778 



C. /f. Silbertamer. 
1771. 



G. C. LINDEMAN 
Pinxit. 

NYMPHEKBURG. Painters. 



77 

NYMPHEXBURG. 




NYMPHENBURG. Masonic. 




WURTZBURG. XVIII Century. 



Bdyreitli 




Li 



BAYREUTH. XVIII Century. 



156 PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 








A 




A 





A 



ANSPACH (BAVARIA). 
Established 1718. 



A 



^ 



ANSPACH. XVII I Centurv. 



5 




J7J& 




FUKSTKNIIUKU. Established 1750. 



FURSTENBURG. Established 1763. 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 1 5 7 




LUDWIGSBURG. 




LUDWIGSBURG or KRONENBURG. 
Established by Ringler, 1758. 






LUDWIGSBURG, before 1806. 






LUDWIGSBURG, Arms of Wurtemburg, 



LUDWIGSBURG. 
Used from 1806 to 1818. 




\\J>/ 

TR. 



LUDWIGSBURG, 1806 to 1818. 




LUDWIGSBURG, from 1818. 




HILDESHEIM. Established 1760. 



153 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 




FLLDA. Kstablished 1763. 




FITLDA, coascd 1780. 



hD 

HKSSK-DARMRTADT. Estab d - 1756. 




V--' 





VOLKSTKDT. 

Established 1762, by Grcincr. 




CSV 



Vor.KSTKnr. 



R 



RUDOT.RTADT. Estnblishccl 1762. 




Runoi,STAi>T. 
A hay-fork. Arms of Schwartxbourg. 




R 



-11 



RAUKNSTKIN. Kstnblishcd 1760. 



NX/ 

WAI-LKNDORK. Kstablished 1762. 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 



159 




GROSBREJTENBACH. Estab' 1 - 1770. 





GROSBREITENBACH, 1770. 




G 




in. 



THURINGIA. Uncertain. 





cojoo 

LIMBACH. Established c. 1761, by 
Gotthelf Greiner. 








LIMBACH, 1761. 



1 60 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 






LIMBACU, 1761. 




OOTIIA. 

Established 1780. Rothenberg. 



N. Naihusius. 



9 





CERA. Established about 1780. 




GL 

G 




GOTHA. Various marks. 



BADKN. Estsiblished 1753, by tlie 
Widow Sperl, ceased 1778. 



PORCELAIN. SWITZERLAND HOLLAND. l6l 



SWITZERLAND. 




NYON. Established about 1780. 




NVON, 1780-1790, Genese. 





2 

ZURICH. Established 1759. 



HOLLAND. BELGIUM, 



W 

WEESP. Established 1764. 





WEESP. XVIII Century. 



W 



WEESP. XVIII Centurv. 




W 




w 



WEESP or LOOSDRECHT. 



1 62 PORCELAIN. HOLLAND AND BELGIUM. 



MoL 



LOOSDRECHT. 

Established 1772, by Rev. De Mol and 
otht-rs. Manufactur oude Loosdrecht. 




AMSTERDAM. Circa 1810. 





AMSTERDAM. XVIII Century. 




OUDE AMSTEL. Established 1782. 





A 



AMSTEL. A. Dareuber, Director. 
Ceased about 1800. 



NIEWER AMSTEL, by Dommer & Co. 




THK HAGUE. 

Established 1775, by Leichner ; 
ceased 1786. 



PORCELAIN. HOLLAND AND BELGIUM. 163 



L.L. 



LILLE. 





Ja.lt yb 



ar 



LILLE. 

Established 1711, by Dorez and Pelissier. 
These marks are of the period of 
Leperre Durot, 1784. 



f 




TOURNAY. 



n 



&. 

G 



TOURNAY. 

Established about 1750, by Peterinck. 





TOURNAY, used about 1760. 



To T Y 

TOURNAY (so ascribed). 



. 

BRUSSELS. XVIII Century. 



LC 



BRUSSELS, with initials of L. Crett. 



I 64 PORCELAIN. BELGIUM - RUSSIA. 



8h 

BRUSSELS, with painter's name. 



B 




% 




B 



BRUSSELS. XVIII Century. 



B.L. 

*& 

E 



LUXEMBURG. Boch. Established 
Sept Fontaines. Circa 1806. 



RUSSIA. POLAND. 




ST. PETERSBURG. Established 1744. 



5 



ST. PETERSBURG. 





F1:K. 



ST. PKTKRSJUJRG. 

Initials of Empress Catherine 11., 1762- 
1796. Paul KornelotTc, maker. 






n 



ST. PETERS BIJ KG. 
Initial of Emperor Paul, 1706-1801. 



PORCELAIN. RUSSIA. 




ST. PETERSBURG. 
Emperor Alexander I., 1801-1825. 





ST. PETERSBURG. 
Emperor Nicholas, 1825-1855. 




ST. PETERSBURG. 
Emperor Alexander II., 1855. 



BPATLEBt 
RopHWAOBbDCb 

ST. PETERSBURG. 

Brothers Korneloffe, makers. 

Established 1827. 



ST. PETERSBURG. Kornelofte. 



FAPAHEPZ 



c 



Moscow. 



Moscow. 
Established 1787, by A. Gardner. 



nonoBLi 



A\ 



Moscow. 
A. Popoffe, established 1830. 



ISAMHA. 

Moscow. 
Gulena, potter. Fabrica Gospodina. 



1 66 PORCELAIN. RUSSIA SWEDEN. 



KIEBZ. 

15 
II 

KIEFF. End of XVIII Century. 




KORZEC. 
Established 1803, by Mdrault. 



BARANOWKA (Poland). 



C 



TURKEY. 



SWEDEN AND DENMARK. 



A8 
~ 



MARIEBEKG. 
Estab d - 1770. Frantzen, decorator. 



MARIEBERG. 
Sten, Director. Circa 1780. 



JVB 



MAKIF.BICRG, 1770-1789. 



t 



PORCELAIN. DENMARK GERMANY. 167 



MARIEBERG. Ceased 1789. 



COPENHAGEN. 
Established 1772, by Mtiller. 




COPENHAGEN. 



JL* On or lip 

Ibid. Painter's name. 




COPENHAGEN ? 



B & G 

COPENHAGEN. 
Ring and Grondahl, 1850. 



GERMANY. Uncertain Marks. 







1 68 



PORCELAIN. GERMANY. 







/W- 



c-i: 





HC 



I73o 



R. B. 

1750. 



G.B.F. 

1783- 



EB 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



169 



FRANCE. 





ST. CLOUD. Chicanneau. 




ST. CLOUD. 
Established 1695. ceased 1773. 



s:c 
T 



ST. CLOUD. Trou, 1730-1762. 



19 



RE 



ST. CLOUD. Successors of Trou. 



tor 



chaatiily 

CHANTILLY. ' 
Established 1725. Ciquaire Cirou. 



CHANTILLY. 



D V 



-I3V7 

MENECY. Due de Villeroy. Estab- 
lished 1735, by Barbin, ceased 1773. 



17 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 




FRANCE. Brancas Lauraguais. 
Established 1764. 




FRANCE. Brancas Lauraguais. 



SX 



S.P 




SCEAUX. 

SCEAUX PENTHlfcvRE. 

Established 1750, by Jacques Chapelle. 




AKKAS. 
Estab d - 1872, by Demoiselles Dcleneur. 




VINCENNES. Established 1786. 
Hannong and Le Maire. 




LP 



VINCKNNICS. Louis Philippe, 1783. 
Effit 



Vi NCENNES ? Dubois. 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



I/I 




VINCENNES. Hannong. 




BOULOGNE. XIX Century. 
M. Haffringue. 



]Vp 

ETIOLLES. Established 1768. 
Monnier, manufacturer. 



ETIOLLES. 



BR 



OR 



BlaR 



BOURG LA REINE. 
Established 1773, by Jacques & Jullien. 




BOURG LA REINE. 




CLIGNANCOURT. Established 1775. 



'_iA 



CLIGNANCOURT. Deruelle. 







CLIGNANCOURT. 

Louis Stanislas Xavier. Monsieur, 
Comte de Provence. 



D 



CLIGNANCOURT. Deruelle. 




CLIGNANCOURT. Monsieur. 



172 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



CLIGNANCOURT. Mark of Monsieur, 
Comte de Provence. 




CLIGNANCOURT. 



Moitte. 

CLIGNANCOURT. 
Moitte, successor to Deruellc. 



ORLEANS. 
Established 1753, b^G. Daraubert. 



ORLEANS. 





ORT.KANS. 
Bdnoisl Le Rrun, 1808-1811. 



/CYFFLE 
L.LUNEVIILE 



TERREDE 

LORRAINE 



ViUJs. ]^stnblishc<t 1769. Cyf'llr. 



n 

NlDRRVlLr.RK. 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



173 






NlDERVILLER. 

Established 1760, by Baron de Beyerlet. 






NlDERVILLEK. 

Lanfray. Succeeded 1802 to 1827. 



3D 



MONTREUIL. 



X 

NIDERVILLER. Count Custine, 1792. 




BOISSETTE. 
Established 1777, by Vermonet. 



NIDERVILLER. 



NIDERVILLER. 



VAUX. Established 1770, by Hannong. 



174 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 





LA SEINIE. Established 1774, by the 
Comte de la Seinie. 




BORDEAUX. Veillarcl. 



CAEN 

CAEN. Established 1798, ceased 1808. 

caen 




Le frangois 



a 





Caen. 



CAEN. A recent potter. 



S. Jistablished 1785. 
Fauquex and Lainoninary. 




CHATILLON (Seine). Circa 1775, 





BAYEUX. Established 1810, by Lang- 
lois, afterwards M. Gosse. 



ST, AMAND. 
Established 1815, by M. de Bettigm'es. 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



175 




CHOISY LE ROY. 
Established 1786, by M. Clement. 



G R et O e 

LIMOGES. Established 1773. Grellet. 




C-T> 




LIMOGES. Other marks of early date. 
Circa 1773, ceased 1788. 



SARGUEMINES. Utzchneider. 




SARGUEMINES. Recent mark. 



H 





STRASBOURG, 1752. Hannong. 



- 



STRASBOURG, so attributed from the 
quality of the ware. 




STRASBOURG, supposed. 



176 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 




A 




STRASBOURG, supposed. 



RR 





MARSEILLE. Established 1766, by 
]. Gaspard Robert, ceased 1793. 



CM 



PARIS. Chicanneau & Moreau. 
Faubourg St. Honore", 1730. 




PARIS. Pont aux Choux, 1784, 







PARIS. Pont aux Choux. 
Louis Philippe, 1786-1793. 




PARIS. Pont aux Choux. 
Outrequin de Montarcy, circa 1786. 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 177 


GH~ 


Pouyat 
& 
Ruffinger 


&> 

PARIS. Faubourg St. Antoine, 1784, 
by H. F. Chanou. 


P.R. 

PARIS. " De la Courtille," 1800. 


Monginot 
20 Boulevart 
des Italians. 

PARIS. Monginot, potter. 


I/Ao 


L 

PARIS. Rue de Reuilly, 1774, by 
J. J. Lassia. 


MAP 

PARIS. Faubourg St. Antoine, 1773. 
Morelle a Paris. 


X 1,-X 


H 

PARIS. Faubourg St. Lazare, 1773, 
by Hannong. 


IP 

PARIS. " De laCourtille," 1773, by 
Russinger & Locre". 


s 

PARIS. Rue de la Roquette, 1773, 
Souroux, potter. 


X- 

PARIS. Faubourg St. Antoine, 1773, 
Rue de la Roquette. Dubois. 


nxctrtUx/uLcluxe 
J^.'&e&U/L 

PARIS. " De la Courtille. " 



M 



7 8 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



L". DARTE Rue 

Vivienne N. 




PARIS. "Gros Caillou," 1773, by 
Advenir Lamarre. 







A 



PARIS. Rue Thiroux. " De la Reine ' 
(Antoinette), 1778, by A. M. Lebeuf. 



Housel 



PARIS. "De la Reine." Succeeded 
Lebeuf, 1799. 




RueTkirou 

a Paris. 

PARIS. Guy and Housel, 1799. 



LEVEILLE 

12 

RueTHIROUX 

PARIS. " De la Reinc." 




PARIS. " Do la Rcinc." Rue Thiroux. 



FLEURY 

PARIS. Rue Faub. St. Denis. 
M. Flaincn Klcury. 



Flamen 
Fleury 
Paris. 



PARIS. 




172. 



PARIS. Murk unknown. 




PARIS. Rue de Clichy. 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



179 





PARIS. Rue de Bondy, 1780. 
1 D'Angoulfime. ' ' Dihl & Guerhard . 



Jo 



PARIS. Rue de Bondy. 
11 Angoulme." 



M CR leDUC 

A.TjoouleTn 

PARIS. Rue de Bondy. 




PARIS. Rue de Bondy. 



MAJSTUFSf 

M 



DililiParls 

PARIS. Rue de Bondy. 



KEV1L 



r 

Capucines 

PARIS. Unkno\\-n. 



v e jyi 



PARIS. Unknown. 



DASTIN, 

PARIS. Unknown. 



CP 



CP 



PARIS. Rue Faubourg St. Denis, 1769. 
Charles Philippe, Comte d'Artois. 



PARIS. Boulevard des Italiens. 



i8o 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



C H. PILLIVUYT, 
& O e Paris. 

PARIS. FOESCY. MICH UN. 



Manuf re dc Focscy, 

Passage Violet No. 5, 

R. Poissonnire, a Paris. 

PARIS. M. Cottier. 




PARIS. Fcuillet. 



JP 





PARIS. 
Belleville, 1790, by Jacob Petit. 



R 

CP 



D B 

rotter 



42 



PARIS. Hue fit; Cnwsol, 1789, by 
Cliarlns Putter. 



E.B. 

PARIS. Riu: do Crnssnl. 



C P G 



Carousel 
* Pans 

PARIS. M. Guy, 1775. 



T.G. 
C 

Paris. 

PARIS. UnKllOWI). 



NAST 



N. . . 

pa. 
laris 

PARIS. Rue do Pnpincmiri, 1780. 
Lc Maire, succcudml \>y M. Nast. 



PORCELAIN. FRANCE. 



181 



C. H. MENARD 
Paris 

72 Rue de Popincourt 



G.B 

[BREVETE! 

1 .. j 

.PARIS 



PARIS. Gillct & Briunclion, 1857. 
Lustred china. 




130/I. 



Ae SMVIIilmpera trice 

RLDAGOTV 
a Paris. 

PARIS. Boulevard Poissonni&re, 1780. 



F. M. HONORE 

PARIS. Boulevard St. Antoine, 1785. 

M""* de MADAME 

DUCHESSE D'ANGOULEME 

Dagoty E. Honor^ 

PARIS. 



F. D. HONORS 
a Paris. 

PARIS. Boulevard St. Antoino. 

R. F. DAGOTY. 

PARIS. Riu: St. I lonord. 




PARIS. Unknown. 



PAKIS. Unknown. 



// 



PARIS. Modern. 



182 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



SEVRES MARKS. 

FIRST ROYAL EPOCH, 
1745 TO 1792. 






VlNCENNES. 

The letter A denotes the year 1753, 
continued to 1777. (Louis XV.) 




SEVRES, 
Ornamented LL's. Date 1764. 





SKVUBK. J )nie 1754. 




SKVRKS. Date 1778. (Louis XVI.) 
Double letters continued to 1793, 



FIRST REPUBLICAN EPOCH. 

1792 TO 1804. 





HP 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



J t 

'e 



1792 to 1799. 



1801 to 1804. 



FIRST IMPERIAL EPOCH. 

1804 TO 1814. 



MLnp 1 -' 

ie S 



NAPOLEON. 1804 to 1809. 




NAPOLEON. 1809 to 1814. 



SECOND ROYAL EPOCH. 
1814 TO 1848. 




Louis XVIII. 1814 to 1823. 




Charles X. 1824 to 1829. 




Charles X.. 1829 and 1830. 




Charles X. 1830. 




gevres 

3TO 




Louis Philippe. 1831 to 1834. 



1 84 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 




Louis Philippe. 1834-1835. 



On services for the Palaces. 




Louis Philippe. 1845-1848. 



CS.48J 

After 1803, this mark in green was 
used for white porcelain. 



SECOND REPUBLICAN EPOCH. 
1848 TO 1851. 




The S stands for Sevres, and 51 for 
185?. 



SECOND INTI'KUIAL EPOCH. 

1852 TO 1872. 





Napoleon 1 1 1. Kroni 1852. 




This mark used for white pieces; wlion 
scratched it denotes issue undecoratecl. 






SEVRES. Examples of 1770 and 1771, 
with unknown emblems of painters. 



PORCELAIN. 


SEVRES. 


185 


CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF SIGNS EMPLOYED IN 


THE 


ROYAL MANUFACTORY OF SEVRES. 


By which the exact date of any piece may be ascertained. It differs from that 
before given by M. Bron^niart in the addition of the letter J for 1762, and 
the JJ for 1787, which is now altered on the authority of the late M. 


Riocreux of the Sevres Museum. 






A (Vincennes) . 1753 P . 


. 1768 EE . 


. 1782 


B (ditto) . . 1754 Q. 


. '1769 FF . . 


1783 


C (ditto) . . 1755 R. 


. 1770 GG . 


J 784 


D 1756 S . 


. 1771 HH . 


1785 


E 1757 T. 


. 1772 II . . 


. 1786 


F 1758 U. 


1773 ' JJ - - 


. 1787 


G . . . 1759 V. . 


. 1774 KK . . 


. 1788 


H 1760 X. 


- 1775 LL 


. 1789 


I ... 1761 Y . 


. 1776 MM . 


. 1790 


J 1762 2 . 


. . 1777 , NN . . 


I79i 


K. 1763 AA 


. 1778 i OO . 


. 1792 


L 1764 BB 


- 1779 i PP 


1793 


M 1765 CC 


. 1780 QQ . 


1794 


N 1766 DD 


. 1781 ! RR . 


1795 


O 1767 ! 


1 




The letters are sometimes small and occasionally placed outside the double LL. 


Year IX . 1801 . . T 9 


1807 .... 


7 




1808 .... 


8 


X . 1802 . X 


1809 .... 


9 


_ 


1810 .... 


10 


,, XI . 1803 . . ii 


1811 . (onze) 


. o.z. 


XII . 1804 . '// 


1812 . (douze) 
1813 . (treize) 


. d.z. 
. t.z. 


XIII . 1805 . ^K 


1814 . (quatorze) . 
1815 . (quinze) . 


. q.z. 

. q.n. 


XIV . 1806 . ?~ 


1816 . (seize) 


. s.z. 




1817 . (dix sept) . 


. da. 


From this date the year is expresse 


d by the last two figures only thus, 18 


for 1818, &c. up to the present time. 






* The comet of 1769 furnished the Administration of the time ^^^^^ 
with the idea of transmitting the recollection by their produc- ^rfiJljr 
tions. This comet was sometimes substituted for the ordinary ^s^iJStis 
mark of the letter Q. ^jjf 



182 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



SEVRES MARKS. 
FIRST ROYAL EPOCH. 

1745 TO 1792- 






VlNCENNES. 

The letter A denotes the year 1753, 
continued to 1777. (Louis XV.) 




SEVRES. 
Ornamented LL's. Date 1764. 




SKVREK. Date 1754- 




SKVKKS. Date 1778. (Louis XVI.) 
Double letters continued to 1793. 



FIRST REPUBLICAN EPOCH. 

1792 TO 1804. 





evre$. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



e vreJ 

1792 to 1799. 



1801 to 1804. 



FIRST IMPERIAL EPOCH. 

1804 TO 1814. 



NAPOLEON. 1804 to 1809. 




NAPOLEON. 1809 to 1814. 



SECOND ROYAL EPOCH. 

1814 TO 1848. 




Louis XVIII. 1814 to T823. 




Charles X. 1824 to 1829. 




oc 

TO 

Charles X. 1829 and 1830. 




Charles X. 1830. 




evres 




Louis Philippe. 1831 to 1834. 



1 84 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 




Louis Philippe. 1834-1835. 




On services for the Palaces. 




Louis Philippe. 1845-1848. 



CS.48J 

After 1803, this mark in green was 
used for white porcelain. 



SECOND REPUBLICAN EPOCH. 
1848 TO 1851. 




The S stands for Sevres, and 51 for 
1851. 



SECOND IMPERIAL EPOCH. 

1852 TO 1872. 





Napoleon III. From 1852. 




This mark used for white pieces ; when 
scratched it denotes issue undecorated. 






SEVRES. Examples of 1770 and 1771, 
with unknown emblems of painters. 



PORCELAIN 


SEVRES. 185 


CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF SIGNS EMPLOYED IN THE 


ROYAL MANUFACTORY OF SEVRES. 


By which the exact date of any piece may be ascertained. It differs from that 
before given by M. Brongniart in the addition of the letter J for 1762, and 
the JJ for 1787, which is now altered on the authority of the late M. 
Riocreux of the Sevres Museum. 


A (Vincennes) . 1753 P . 


. 1768 EE . 1782 


B (ditto) . . 1754 Q. 


. "1769 ' FF . . , 1783 


C (ditto) . . 1755 R. 


. 1770 ; GG . . . 1784 


D 1756 S . 


. 1771 . HH . . . 1785 


E 1757 T. 


. 1772 II ... 1786 


F 1758 U. 


. 1773 JJ - 1787 


G . . . 1759 V. . 


. 1774 , KK . . . 1788 


H 1760 X. 


T 775 LL *789 


I ... 1761 Y . 


. 1776 MM . . . 1790 


J 1762 Z . 


. 1777 j NN . . . 1791 


K 1763 AA 


. 1778 i OO . . . 1792 


L 1764 BB 


1779 : PP - 1793 


M 1765 CC 


. 1780 j QQ . . . 1794 


N 1766 DD . 


. 1781 | RR . . . 1795 


o ... 1767 ! 


1 


The letters are sometimes small and occasionally placed outside the double LL. 


Year IX . 1801 . . Tg 


1807 7 




1808 8 


X . 1802 . . X 


1809 9 




1810 10 


,, XI 1803 . . ii 


1811 . (onze) . . o.z. 


,, XII . 1804 . // 


1812 . (douze) . . d.z. 
1813 . (treize) . . t.z. 


,, XIII . 1805 . ^ 


1814 . (quatorze). . q.z. 
1815 . (quinze) . . q.n. 


,, XIV . 1806 . ^ 


1816 . (seize) . . s.z. 




1817 . (dix sept) . . d.s. 


From this date the year is expresse 
for 1818, &c. up to the present time. 


i by the last two figures only thus, 18 


* The comet of 1769 furnished the Administration of the time ^^^7^ 
with the idea of transmitting the recollection by their produc- ^djj%jjr 
tions. This comet was sometimes substituted for the ordinary ^.^iiJTir 
mark of the letter Q. *%$jf 



TABLE OF MARKS AND MONOGRAMS 

OF 

PAINTERS, DECORATORS, AND GILDERS OF THE ROYAI 
MANUFACTORY OF SEVRES. 



Marks. 





*-/f'f 



T 



.3 





v 





1753 TO 1800. 
Names of Painters. 

ALONCLE . 
ANTEAUME 

ARMAND . . 
ASSELIN . . 
AUBERT aine . . 
BAILLY . . 
BAR .... 
BARBE .... 
BARDET . . 
BARRAT . . 
BAUDOUIN 



Subjects. 

Birds, flowers, and 
emblems. 

Landscapes, and 
animals. 

Birds, flowers, &c. 

Portraits,miniatures 

Flowers. 

Flowers. 

Detached bouquets. 
Flowers. 
Flowers. 

Garlands, bouquets. 
Ornaments, friezes. 



BECQUET . , . Flowers. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



187 



Alarks. 



frj 



Names of Painters. Subjects. 

BERTRAND . . Detached bouquets 

BIENFAIT . . . Gilding. 

BINET .... Detached bouquets 




BOUCHER . 
BOUCHET . 

BOUCOT . 



Flowers, wreaths. 

Landscapes,figures 
ornaments. 

Birds and flowers. 



pi or ^) /2 BOUCOT, P. . . Flowers, birds, and 
* ** O\/ *-S*^}* arabesques. 




M- 

x^?\ 

. y j 
. O'CA 



BOUILLAT . 



Flowers,landscapes. 



BOUILLAT, Rachel ) 

afterwards \ Detached bouquets. 
M dme MAQUERET J 

BOULANGER . . Detached bouquets. 

BOULANGER, Jun. Children, rustic 
subjects. 

BULIDON . . . Detached bouquets. 
BEux, M Manor! } Detache d bouquets. 



1 88 PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 


Marks. 

9 


Names of Painters. 

BUTEUX, Sen. 
BUTEUX, eld. son 


Subjects. 

Cupids, flowers, em- 
blems, c. en ca- 
aiaicu. 

Detached bouquets, 
&c. 


A 


BUTKUX, yr. son. 


J 3 astorals, children, 

&C. 


y\ 


CAPELLK . . . 


Various friezes. 


T 


CARDIN . . . 


Detached bouquets. 


5 


CARRIER . . . 


Flowers. 


c. 


CASTEL . . . 

CATON . . . 
i 


Landscapes,hunting 
subjects, birds, &c. 

V 

Pastorals, children, 
portraits. 


<# r ,X 


CATRICE . . . 


Detached bouquets 
and flowers. 


c/?/ 


CHABRY . . . 


Miniatures,pastorals 


cJ o 


CHANOU, Sophie, ' 
afterwards 
M dme BINET 


> Garlands, bouquets. 


C;^?.' 


CHAPUIS, Sen. . 


Flowers, birds. 


/ /or / 
^ / <r 


Q , CHAPUIS, Jun. . 


Detached bouquets. 


\ l "*^ 

\ 


CHAUVAUX, Sen. 


Gilding. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 1 89 


Marks. 


Names of Painters. 


Subjects* 


X*- 


CHAUVAUX, Jun. 


Gilding & bouquets. 


* 


CHEVALIER . . 


Flowers, bouquets. 


or Til 


CHOISY, DE . . 


Flowers, arabesques. 


V 


CHULOT . . . 


Emblems, flowers, 
and arabesques. 


C .Tft' . or C//fx 


/ COMMELIN . . 


Garlands, bouquets. 


J^ 


CORNAILLE , . 


Flowers, bouquets. 


.^^ 


COUTURIER . . 


Gilding. 


A ' 


DIEU . . . . 


Chinese subjects, 
Mowers, gilding. 


k or 1C 


DODIN. . . . 

DRAND . . . 


Figures, subjects, 
portraits. 

Chinese subjects, 
gilding. 


v 


DUBOIS . . . 


Flowers and gar- 
lands. 


f 25 


DUROSEY, Julia . 


Flowers, friezes, &c. 


vT 


DUROSEY, Soph, 
afterwards 

M dmc NoUAILHER 


> Flowers, friezes, &c. 


JZ3 


DUSOLLE . . . 


Detached bouquets 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 




f 



&. 



Y 



G 



Names of Painters. Subjects. 

DUTANDA. . . Bouquets, garlands, 



x - 



EVANS . . 

FALOT . . 
FONTAINE 

FONTKLLIAU 

FOUR/: . . 
FRITSCH . 

FUMEZ . . , 

GAUTHIER 

GENEST . 
GENIN . . 

GERRARD . 
GIRARD . 

GOMERY . . 



Birds, butterflies, 
landscapes. 

Arabesques, birds, 
butterflies. 

Emblems, minia- 
tures. 

Gilding. 

Flowers, bouquets. 
Figures, children. 



Flowers, arabesques, 
&c. 

Landscapes, ani- 
mals. 

Figures, &c. 



Figures, genre sub- 
jects. 

Pastorals, minia- 
tures. 

Arabcsqucs,Chinesc 
subjects. 

Birds. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



191 



Marks. 



or 



j 

ft g, , 



r 



H 



Names of Painters. Subjects. 

GREMONT - . Garlands, bouquets. 

GRISON . . . Gilding. 

HENRION . , Garlands, bouquets. 




HERICOURT . 
HILKEN . . 

HOUEY . . 
HUNIJ . . 

JOYAU . . 
JUBIN . . 

LA ROCHE . 
LEANDRE , . 



Garlands, bouquets. 



Figures, subjects, 
c. 

Flowers. 



Flowers. 



Detached bouquets. 



Gilding. 



Bouquets, medal- 
lions, emblems. 

Pastoral subjects. 



LE BEL, Sen, . Figures and flowers 



11. . Garlands, bouquets, 
insects. 



192 PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 




Marks. Names of Painters. Subjects. 

or / IT Unknown . . Cupids, &c. 

T Tj LECOT . . . Chinese subjects. 

LEDOUX . . Landscapes and 
birds. 

LK GUAY . . Gilding. 

TO Lie GUAY . . Miniatures, children, 

17 trophies, Chinese. 

P T LKVK, pere. . Floweis, birds, and 

c3/ - r J arabesques. 

J LKVK, Ills . . Flowers, Chinese. 

MAQUKRAT, \ 
M rlmo ,& Rachel V, Mowers. 
BOUILLAT . j 

MASSY . . . Flowers and em- 
blem s. 

/ or ^y Mi'iRAUi/r, Sen. Various fric/es. 

Cj M^RAULT, Jim. Bouquets, gnrl.'inds. 

MICHAUD . . Flowers, bouquets, 
medallions. 



or JvL MICHEL . . Detached bouciucts. 

MOIRON . . Flowers, bouciucts. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 1 9 3 




A 



Marks. Names of Painters. Subjects. 

MONGENOT . Flowers, bouquets. 



MORIN . . . Marine and military 

or sub J ecls - 



MUTEL . . . Landscapes. 

Qh NIQUET. . . Detached bouquets. 

/ 

NOEL . . . Flowers, ornaments. 

NOUAILHER, I 
M dwc ,&?Sophie [ Mowers. 

DUROSEY . . J 

PAJOU . . . Figures. 



PETIT . . . Flowers. 
J/ PFEIFFER . . Detached bouquets. 

PTT PHiuppiNEthe \ Children, genre 

J- 11 elder . . . j subjects. 

7* * PIERRE, Sen. . Flowers, bouquets. 



or 



194 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 



Marks. 



r *7 or s ' 



HP 



or 




s s 




or 



Names of Painters. Subjects. 

PIERRE, Jun. . Bouquets, garlands. 

PiTirou, Sen. . Portraits, historical 
subjects. 



PITHOU, Ji 

PRF.VOST 
POUII.LOT 
RAUX 
ROCHKR . 



Figures, ornaments, 
flowers. 

Gilding, 

Detached bouquets. 
Detached bouquets. 
Figures. 



ROSSKT . . , Landscapes. 



ROUSSKL. . . Detached bouquets. 



SCHRADRE . . Birds, landscapes. 



SINSSON, pfcre . 

SlNSSON . . . 

Sioux . . . 

Sioux, Jun. . , 



Flowers. 

Flowers, groups, 
garlands. 

Bouquets, garland^ 

Flowers and gar- 
lands, en camaieu. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 1 95 


Marks. 


Names of Painters. 


Subjects. 





TABARY . . . 


Birds, &c. 


* 


TAILLANDIER . 


Bouquets, garlands. 


09 + 


TANDART . . 


Bouquets, garlands. 


\z\ 


TARDI . . . 


Bouquets, garlands. 


.... 


THEODORE . . 


Gilding. 


5 - 


P THEVENET, Sen. 


Flowers, medallions, 
groups. 


*/. 


THEVENET, Jim. 


Ornaments, friezes. 


V? 


VAND * . . . 


Gilding, flowers. 


*Y?* 


VAUTRIN, after- ) 
wards Madame > 
GERARD. ) 


Bouquets, friezes. 


^v<r 


VAVASSEUR . . 


Arabesques, &c. 


s j* -* 


k VlELLARD . . 


Emblems,ornaments 


*rar* 


VlELLARD . . 


EmblemSjOrnaments 


20OO 


VINCENT , . . 


Gilding. 


HF* r * 


/ 

F 1 XHROUET . . 

v> 


Arabesques, flowers. 


f 


YVERNEL . . . 


Landscapes, birds. 



196 PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 


MARKS 


OF PAINTERS (UNKNOWN). 


ZZ 


ttf 


18 


I.N. 


uv^ v^ 


< 


Y 


Jl Of 


^y^ 

FM 


LATE PERIOD, 1800 TO 


1845. 


Marks. 


Names of Painters* 


Subjects, 


$. A. 


ANDRK, Jules 


Landscapes. 


R 

E.R. 


APOIL .... 
APOIL, M dllltl . . 


Figures, subjects, 
Figures. 


*\. 


ARCHELAIS . . 


Ornaments. 


P. A 


AVISSH, Saul . . 


Ornaments. 


m 


BARBIN, F. . . 


Ornaments. 


JB 


BARRE. . . . 


Flowers. 


33. 


BARRTAT . . . 


Figures. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 


197 

Subjects. 


Marks, 


Names of Painters. 


<%. r- 


BERANGER . . 


Figures. 


JB 


BLANCHARD . . 


Decorations. 


&.&. 


BLANCHARD, | 
Alex. . . ) 


Ornaments. 


<&.% 


BOITEL. . . . 


Gilding. 


JD 


BONNUIT . . . 


Decorations. 


Tfe 


BOULLEMIER, A. . 


Gilding. 


5.< 


EoULLEMIER,Sen. 


Gilding. 


f 


BOULLEMIER, Jun. 


Gilding. 


fax. 


BUTEUX, Eug. . 


Flowers. 


oc 


CABAU .... 


Flowers. 


9.3! 


CAPRONNIER . . 


Gilding. 


XC 


CELOS .... 


Decorations. 


LG 


CHARPENTIER . 


Decorations. 


&C. 


CHARRIN, D IIe ) 
Fanny . . . j 


Figures, subjects, 
portraits. 


C.C. 


CONSTANT . . 


Gilding. 



JO 
JD 



w 

p. 



C D 

D.i. 



e 
HF 



198 PORCELAIN. SKVRKS. 

Marks. Names of Painters. 

CONSTANTIN . . Figures. 

DAMMOUSK . . Figures and orna- 
ments, 

DAVID, Alex.. . Decorations. 

DAVIGNON . . Landscapes. 

DELA FOSSE . . Figures. 

DERICHSWEILKR . Decorations. 

DESPEKAIS . . Ornaments. 

DEUTSCH . , . Ornaments. 



DKVKLLY, C. . . Landscapes and 
figures. 



DIDIEK 



. . Ornaments. 



DKOUET . . . Flowers. 

DUCLUSKAU, M' 1 ""' Figures, subjects, 
portraits. 

DUKOSEY . . . Gilding. 
FARAGUET, M llmc . Figures, subjects, 



PORCELAIN. SKVKKS. 



Marks. 



r 




0-5. 



35 



J 99 



Names of Painters. 



FICQUENKT . . Flowers and orna- 
ments. 



FONTAINE. . . Flowers. 

FRAGONAKD . . Figures, genre, &c 

(JANKAU, Jun. . Gilding. 

GELY .... Ornaments. 

GiiORGET * . . Figures, portraits. 



GOBERT , 



I ft igurcs in enamel 
on paste. 



GODIN .... Gilding. 
Gourn, . . . Figures. 

GUILLKMAIN . . Decorations. 

HALUON, | , , 

Eug^. . .( '^scapes. 

HALT.ION, Fran- \ Gilding, decora- 
^ois . . . . J tions. 

HUARU . . . Ornaments. 



HUMBERT . . Figures. 



2OO rORCKLAIN. SEVRES, 






Marks. Names of Painters. Subjects* 

"U 1 JUMKNNK, Kug. . Renaissance orna- 
** * ments. 

T I LAMHEKT . . . Flowers. 

C =f * LANf;r,ACK . . Landscapes. 



LATACHK . . . Gilding. 

LK BBI, . . . landscapes. 

LEOAY .... Ornaments. 

LK GAY, Et. Ch. Figures, portraits. 

LEGRANU . . . Gilding. 

|^j J | LICROY, Eugtno . Gilding. 

MARTINET . . Flowers. 

MAUSSION, M 1Ic de Figures. 



MRRIGOT, F. . . Flowers and deco- 
rations. 



MEYER, Alfred . Figures, &c. 



Marks. 



AM 




PORCELAIN. SKVRES. - <J| 

Names of /'ffintsn. .Vw/vr / - . 

MICAUH . . . (JiUlinj;. 

MILKT, Optat . Decorations on fa 
yenco and past**. 

MOREAU . . . Gilding. 
MORIOT . . . iMgurcs, iVr. 
PARrK'iTK, I) llr . Mowers. 



Mowers and owa 
mcnts. 



PUNK .... (iildinfi;. 



R o, 'R. 

JR 



E 

1,000 



POUPART, A. . , 
RKONIKK . . . 



varous 



subjects. 
REGNIKR, Ilya- | . r . |t . 

^ifUrt I ij^mv*. j *v 



cinthe ... 
REJOUX, 1%milc . Decorations. 

RENAKD, l^milc . I )t;corations. 



RiCHAKD, I'imih; Flowers. 



2O2 PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 




Afar&s. Names oj Painters. Subjects. 

E^ ~D RICHARD, Kugene Flowers. 

RICHARD. I'Yan- ) Ix 

V ois. ... I 1)ec <>rt>ns. 

rfltA!> 9 RICHAKI >, Joseph 13ecorations. 

or o^l RICHARD, Paul . Gilding, 



ROBKKT, Pierre . Landscapes. 

f^ tt ROBERT, M. (J " lr . Flowers and land- 

^^ -**^ scapes. 

ROBERT, Jean \ i Anisa ^ iS ^ 
l H ran<jots . ) 

ROUS.SEJ, . . . Figures. 



SALON .... Figures and orna- 
ments. 



PORCELAIN. SEVRES. 203 

Marks. Names of Painters. 

Louis 



at^/ft 



SJNSSON, Pierre . Mowers. 



SWEHACH . . . Landscapes and 

figures l . 

TKAGKR. Jules . Flowers, birds, 
ancient style. 



J TROYON . . . Ornaments. 



WALTER . . . Flowers. 



POTTERY & PORCELAIN. 



ENGLAND. 




WILLIAM-SANS. 

STAFFORDSHIRE, 1670. 

WILLIAM-TALOR. 

STAFFORDSHIRE 1670. 



RALPH TURNOR 
1681. 

STAFFORDSHIRE or WROTHAM. 



STAFFORnsiIlKIi, 1670. 



WEDGWOOD. 



Wedgwood. 



WKDGWOOD 
& BENTLEY. 

ItlTKSLKM, I7.S9. liTRUUIA, 1769; 

lientley, 1768-80. W. died 1795. 



Wedgwood 

Wedgwood 

Wedgwood 

WEDGWOOD 

WEDGWOOD 

WEDGWOOD 



POTTERY. STAFFORDSHIRE. 



205 



JOSIAH WEDGWOOD 
Feb 2 1805 



WEDGWOOD 

ETRURIA 

WEDGWOOD 
ETRURIA 

Wedgwood 
Etruria 

WEDGWOOD 
(in red or blue] 





WEDGWOOD 



ENGLAND 



ELERS. 

BRAD WELL, 1690, ceased about 1700. 



R. SHAWE. 

BURSLEM, 1730 to 1740. 



83 

Ra.Wood 



BUKKLKM, circa 1730 to 1750. 

Aaron Wood 

BO K SI, KM, 1750. 



ENOCH WOOD. 

BUKHLIOM, circa 1784, 



died Sept 30. 1770 

aged 56 
KNOCJ/ II '( WD XC UJ. / 




TIIK 
JOHN W&SLKY M.A. 

died Mur a. 




2O6 



I'OTTKKY. STAKFOKDSHIRK. 



WOOD and CALDWKLL 

I'UKM.KM, 1790 1818, aftrrwanls 
1C. \Vood uml Sons. 



E. WOOD & SONS. 




fBURSLEM] 



STHIIL. 

Ksij'M, 1786; the \vnrkscfns4Ml 1824, 

ALCOCK & CO. 

Mt'Ksu-.M, I',(itulilishcrl 1830. 




BUKM.KM. 

I0stallishc!(l about iSofj, ceased 1830. 



J. LOCKETT. 

BUKSI.KM. ISstnblishi'd about 1780. 

Enoch Booth. 

TUNSTALL. Established 1750. 



$. A & E Keeling 

TUNSTALL. 
Succeeded Booth about 1770. 



W. ADAMS. 

TrNSTAi.r,. 
Kstablishrti 1780; died 1804. 




RUBELLA 

TUNSTAU,. Krccnt; (i. F. Mowers. 

G . V. l*OWE Rs 

TUNSTALL 
p O T T E R I B S- 

CHILD. 

TUNSTAI.I,. Smith Child, 1763. 



ROGERS. 

T. Ivstablishecl about 1780. 



ROGERS. 

LONGPOKT. Ceased 1829. 



PHILLIPS, 
LONG PORT. 

LONGPOKT. Established 1760. 

LONG PORT. 



/1'OTTKRV. STAKFORDSin RF. 



207 



JOavenport 
M)NGPORT. 





LONGPORT. John Davimpori suib 

lishcd 1793, and cnnliniiwl by his (!< 

sccndants to this chiy. 



R. DANIKL. 

iK, Kstiihlislutd abrmt r7i 
and his son Ralph, 1743. 

WARBURTON. 

CoBRiDGKnr HOT LANK, 1710, 
continued by Ins widow. 




CLEWS 

Warranted Sta-fforolsliire 

COBRIDGK. Kstfiblishod circa 1814, 




x^n?^ 

C^TTc/jO 



VOYKX. 

i / So. 

J.VOYEZ 

IH;K, KMnhlr.hctl ;ibimt 177; 



IL Mayer. 

1770, di<-tl 



HANI.KY. 



Joseph Meyer & Co., 
Hanley. 

UANI.KV. 
Succeeded 1813, Cf?arrfu1 1830, 

E. MRYKR. 



HANI.KV. 



20 



I'OTTKKY. STAFFORDSHIRK. 



fMEIGHI 

MANI.I-.Y. Kstal dished 1780 
tMl by his sons, 



LAKIN & POOLH. 

H \M,KY, 
K.tnhli.shtxl 1770, (VUMM! about iHoo. 

W. STKVKNSON 

II AN LEY. 

MAY. 2. 

1828. 

Birch. ~ 
E.I.B. 

H ANLKY. Mstal ilishrd l;isl < Vniury. 

SHORTHOSE. 

Shorthosc. 
Shorthose & Heath. 



H ANLKY. Established about 
Heath about 1800. 



SALT. 

HANLEY. 
Established about 1815, died 1:846. 



MILES. 



HAN LEY. Established about 1700. 
his descendants about 1760. 




1 1 AM.I-.Y. JCstablLslKid r76o. 

Ncalc & Palmer. 

HANI.KY. 




1 1 ANLKY. tfucciwflcd rainier, 1776. 

Nealc & Co. 

II ANLKY, 1778. 

Ncalc & Wilson. 

IlANI.KY, 1778. 

WILSON. 

II ANLKY, 




c 

WIL50K 

H ANLKY. Robrrt about 1780, and his 
son David about 1800. 



I'OTTKKV. 



KAST\V( ) 

HANI i v. 



\V. 



T. & J. HOLLINS. 

IlAM.KV. Ksl.llili -li' 1 *! I??*". 

I\ccliugi '/}>// c!'V ('(>. 

IlANI.KV , tn6 In lf<r*.|. Nun-rrlnl hv 
'foil and Mav, !M iK^n. 

T. S NIC YD 
HANLKY. 

IlANI.KV, l-'.nil J l.r.l < Vniiitv, 

J. Keeling. 

llAM.KY, Sucrrr.lfil J-'.iUv.iul Krrlitc;, 




IlANI.KV. K(!i'i*til polliM 

Mann & Co. 
I hin1<:y. 



AS IT.l'KY, 



S. HOI.MNS. 

Sill J Hi';. 
I'! .f.ihli .lirrj I//.f. i 1 * 4 I '! |,'.|'' 



I. 



;< <;. KIIX;\VAY. 

: \V. KH)<;\VAV. 



kiil'\v;iy tK' Sons. 

SHI i ir:, 

< '.IIMlMM I'l-M P, I '.(Jtllr.fir-i) \\\\ 




Sltt I.I MN, ('.nitrlnU PMrc, J. ,'lltit 
\V. l<4'l;;\v;iv, II4 iH^n, 




itiiltldii I*lai', ^ircji 1830. 



2IO 



1'OTTKKY. STAI-'KOKPSHIKK. 




SllKI.'loN. 

Cauldnn Plan 1 , 1850, erased i Rfio, 




. 

Catilrlon I*1ac(i. Ksublishcd 1860. 
Brown, W<;sth<wd, Monw A. Co. 

R. & J. BADDKLEY. 

SHKI/roN. Established 1750. 

I. & E. BADDELKY. 

SHKLTON. Succuwlcd 1780 1806. 

I. E. B. 

SIIF.LTON. Ibid, 

HICKS, MKIGH & JOHNSON. 
SHKLTON. Succeeded 1806 1836. 

R. M. W. & Co. 

SHELTON. Succeeded 1836, Ridgwuy, 
Morley, Wear & Co. 



Morlcy & Ash worth, 
Han ley. 




SUM/I HN. Iviiabliihrd by Whitohcad, 

eirra 1750. Taken by < 'hanipion's 

Company in 1782, cVasud 1825. 



HACKWOOD & CO. 



Sili-.i;nN. 



1842. 



C. & 1 1. late 
HACKWOOD. 

SIIKI.TON. f'ncUsun and Harding, 

sui '<(( "(In I, riiva 1850. 

YATES & MAY. 



ablislnNl by Yatr.s, circa 



M IN TON. 




MONOGRAM OK Sor.oN-MjM';s. 



1'oTTKUV, 



2 I t 



t^TyiV; 




SrnKI-,. Iv.Mbll'.ln'il Ipju, liV IliMin.l. 

Minion, sw.vrnli'il hy llribni M, in 

i8j', li<*'l ii<v'. K,uly m.iiK, 



Minton S: 




Mis HIN'S. 



M. ^. n. 



SIUKI... I'.iriuci uilli 1 Ii-il I'll, 




SriiKl-, Minlun'',, lirril iRsjt 



' MiN Ifiljl 



(MIN'K)N) 



KM h nf | In- 1\\ In. 1 1.' I . rmln ,n ni|; i lir 
will " \IiMlnn" Ini iniiit; flic* Irllr'i I . 
lliii tlir in. II U llirii'l'Hr M,ulin^ t ntm 
MiMf"U < '.uuplirll 



SPODIC. 

SPODK. 

'clspar Porcelain, 



' 




SPODIC, SON & COPKLANI). 

StoKt-., W. < 'npfliiml, circa 1800. 



2 I 2 



I'OTTKKY. STAFFORDSHIRE. 



Copeland, late 
Spodc. 



^LATE < 
1 SPODK^ 








. and G. 




C and G. 

New Blanche. 



C and G. 
Saxon Blue. 

STOKK. Alderman W. T. Copdmid 

purchased the Works 1 1 833. Copuland 

and Garrett, 1843. 



X 



COPELAND 

STOKE. Alderman Copeland alone. 



T. MAYKR. 

SIIIKK. Kstablishod sibout 1760, 
Surmidi'd by his sdii. 

II. & R. DANIEL. 

Si OKI-., Kslahlishrd about 1820, 
HM'iC-d in 



WOLKK & HAMILTON. 
STOKE. 

S'luKl.. Kstablislx'd 1776-1818. 
I lamilton joined, 1790. 



WHIELDON. 



. 

tiililislird 17.10; died 1798, (Wedg- 
wood in partniirsliip until 1759,) 



KLKIN 
KNIGHT & Co. 

LANK DKI.PU now KKNTON. 

Ahout iHyr). 



J FE'NTON 

^STONE_WC)RKS 

P'KNTON. 



IMYATTI 

LANK Dia.nr. ICstnlilishcrl about 1780. 



W. ADAMS. 

STOKK. Died 1829, succeeded by 

CLOSE & Co. 



I'OTTKRY, STAJ'Ti KDSIf IKK. 



2 I 



MILKS 



M.A90N 



iM. Mason. 



MASON'S 
CAMIJKIAN-AKCilL 

Mason's 
Iron Stone China. 

LANK PKI.PII. Iv.t;ibJi'lird ;ihout r 
Stom; chiiui pnti'tit. irj. SurM-ri 
by hi:, '.on. 







I*ONC;T(IN MAM.. 

s/yus/ey. 
Lane Rtnl. 

LANK KNI>. Iv,t;il>:i',luv1 jiho 



Bailey & Hatkin. 

LANE END. KMt!illi',lu*<l;ilmt 



!,\NI- KM i. 



IIAKIJCV. 

LAM- I'.wn. K'.i.tliti'.linl abnut t7< 




MiMitrh -mil S<ui, aliniit 



LAM I*',M, 



orta . 



LANK KNII. I'/itahlished nlx*ui 1790, 



214 



I'OTTKRV. STAKKORDSniKK. 



TURNER. 

ANK KNI>, Banks it ml Turner in 

75'j; Tm MIT alinn 1 , i7'a; <li'l 178*1; 

MirrrnltMl 1>V Ills snn.s. 



Turner's Patent. 

L\NK. KM>. \\ f illi;in ami Mm 
Turner's ];itrnt, r8ao. 



PKAKL WAR 1C. 

LANK J'*ND. 

CHETHAM & WOOLEY. 

PEAR I, WARE. 
LANK KND. Kstablislu'd about 1790. 



T. GKKEN. 
Fenton Pottery. 

FKNTON. ICstablislioil about 1800. 

ADAMS & PRINCK- 
Lane Delph. 

Established about 1810. 

W. BACCHUS. 
FENTON. 

FICNTON. Established about 1780. 

Marshall & Co. 

STAl'KORIISIItRK. 



G. Harrison. 

STAFFORDSHIRE. 



Uncertain Marks. 



FKKKLING cS: C? 




C <> 



T. II. & O. 

Wilson & Prouclman. 








J/AN'KSHV, I, Mr IMI KMI 

Sir I'V;iiiri i i l''n\vl,r' ( , iH 



SMAKI'K, 

MANUFACTURKR, 
SWADLINCOTK. 




Uncertain. 



176.9- 



\,l\ I IM'ii. !.. Iv.l.iUlili'vl 1f\v 
tit 17 / he nlifiHlv 'I Sn.tp KMI U 1l*<ni 
' 




I ,111-KI'f itf.. 



SHAW. 



SADLKR 



SAI)LFJ< <H: (iRKBN. 

Llvi'.UPCHii., Invrntnni of trair.fi*f 
printing on rhlna, I75'i, 



I'KNNINC.TON. 



.. KNtublisbrd 1760. 



2l6 POTTERY AND I'ORCKLAIN. LIVKRPOOI, 



CHRISTIAN. 

VERPOOL. Kstablishwj 1760. 



REID Si Co. 

LlVKKI'OOU 




LlVKKltJOL. 

Established 1790, by Richard Abl>ey, 
afterwards Worthington & Co. 




HERCULANEUM 
POTTERY. 



HERCULANEUM. 






L(VKKi'ooi M Oased 



W. Pierce and Co, 



HKNTIIAI.. 



SALOPIAN 

or 
Salopian. 

Ur.ui.KV. Thos. Turmir. Kstab' 1 - 
1772. Willow pattern, 1780. 
Died 1799. 



TURNER. 



S 
So >S 



CAUGIILIW. Turner, 1772-1799. 



I'OKCKI.AIN. SAI.nl'. 




SALOPIAN". 

8 






Tumor, 1772 1799. 










'oi.F.HKooK DAI.K.. Kstnhlishad 1785, 
liy J, Knsc, and XIX Century. 



218 



POKfKLAlN. WOKCKSTKK. 




s 




. J. Hose. Established 
i7yo; in t8ao ho purchased Swansea 
iind Naiilgarw works. 



MAW & CO. 

BKNTIIAI.. 



WORCESTER. 




W.P.C, 



WORCESTER. Marks used before 1780. 






V A 

* * 





4 



WOIM.;STK.K. 
Marks used previous to 1780. 



WORCKSTKK. 



i. \i\. \VMt:n>;sTi- 



\VoKf :r.sTl-.K. Mail; 
sliip, tihimt i7v'l, "ii 




NOfiKAM nl- h'lIN h s* M.M'.nN, 
pnilltfir nf \\n|r".fn < 'litfi.l. 



\VflKf l-'iI'l-.U. 

R, Iljinrnt k, i'M;iiivi , rm. i/^M. 



(V 



B 



mcustt 




Wn:i i Ml K, l'iiiHi.t'.r'l by I 
r/Mi, ; I',,iu jnmrtl MI i; 




Chamberlain 
Worcester 

CHAMBKRLAIN 
WOKCKSTKR. 

17SO; 



jniiied sviili li.irr 1840. 



220 PORCELAIN. WORCKSTER. 



MARKS USED ON WORCKSTER rORCKLAIN DURING 
THE "DOCTOR WALL" I'KKIOI), FROM 1751 TO 1783 

(UK. WAI, I. IIM> IN 177')), 



This complete list of Worcester marks duiiiu; th< best period of the factory includes 
several nut given in any previous edition of Chaffers. The majority of them are taken, 
with Mr. Hinns' courteous consent, from his Cat.do^ue. of the Collection of Worcester 
Porcelain in the Royal Porcelain Works Museum. Some of these are doubtless workmen's 
marks rather than trade or f;ihrii)iic marks. 

With reference to the Worcester marks below the following remarks may he added : 

Marks Nos. i to $fnt are workmen's marks found on specimens of printed and painted 
1)1 ue decoration in the Museum of the Worcester Porcelain Woiks, 

Marks Nos. 57 and 58 --the open crescent arc, Mr. Hinn-, says, the must usual mark 

i fatintftt wares. 

The filled-in crescent, No. 59, is only found on bhie/r/w/A/ ware;,. 

Marks are sometimes inconsistent with the decoration ; thus the cross swords will be 
found on a black transfer cup and saucer, and the square Chinese seal on a piece decorated 
in pattern anything but Oriental. This is on account of the liJur fabriquc mark having been 
put on before the piece was glazed or decorated. 

Mark No. f4 the printed W is very rare. 

Marks No. 6r, 70, 71, are all very scarce. The other marks are more usual, and ex- 
cellent Worcester is frequently unmarked. 



p 



9A .-- A /? 



13 14 15 



16 17 18 19 20 

-- 3 



rORCKLAI N. WORCKSTKR. 2 2 I 



$ 



,S.S" V 



VLUfttTi /r 
^^ c 



u it 



j ^*" 

4' -I- 1 45 M 







V = s, 4 



V -1" 



t ' 5^' X 




C* . T (c C 



I'OKCKKAIN. WOKC'KSTKK. 






ww 




I 






o 




77 











Of) 



87 8K 8(J yo 

94 95 96 97 



I'UTTKKY. 





Messrs. Km iV 




WourKSTl-K. M".-r. KMI * Bum-,. 
I'resrilt in;tfk '.i.'irn I^I-A 



\VOKC EST ICR ! O R C : K I , A I N f 
COMPANY (L 



Lc<: and ('n. 
WOUCKSTKK. 




ttft: /JftfMw 



Oco. 

his f.ii.MM 



Lrcds 



I lartlt'V, (iivrns iSr C'<. 
I.KKDS POITKRV. 

I.I I !''. I'.llfJH'f., 1/1^. 



I.KKDS. 



G 



^ 



C G 
W 



%C 




A' 



cc 



LKKOS. 



224 



I'OTTKKV. YORKSHIRE 



I), I), & Co. 

CASTLEFORD 

POTTKRY. 

('.VhTi.KKORn, Kstablished 1700, by 
I). Uumtarctafa ; erased 1820. 



DON POTTKRY. 
GRKKN. 

DON POTTKRY. 



DONCASTKK. Mstublisheil 1790, by 
J. Green, in 1807 ( 'lark joined. 




HULU Established about i8ao, by 
Mr. W. Hell. 



MIDDLESBRO 
POTTERY CO. 




MIDDLKSBORO', about i8so to 1850. 



FKRRYURIDGK, 
WKDGWOOD & Co. 

KKKKVitKllKiK. Kstablished 171^2, by 

I'oinlin.'ion and others; joined by Ralph 

Wed/jwond in 1796. 



Yl'. XU'SI I- V. 



RE HI). 



I70O. 



.NrKXit()Knrt;i!. ICstiiblishfdnliout 1800. 
Rrcvrrs and C*n. Mr. Keerl, 1^39. 



ROCKINdHAM. 




SWINTON, called ROCKIN<;JI.\M. 
Established 1757, by T. Butler, &c. 
Tn 1807, Branickls. C'as<d 1843. 



J'OTTKRY. VORKSHIKI. 



225 



DIXON, AUSTIN, r Co. 



DIXON & Co, 
Sundcrland Pottery. 
SUNI>KKI.AND. 



Scott, Brothers & ( V? . 

SUNOERI.AXM, Jv,i;itli'hr<l jyBfl, 

PHILLIPS & Co. 
Sundcrland 



PHILLIPS & Co. 
Sunclcrl.nml PntttTy- 



j. PHILLIPS, 

Hykon PotKiry. 




DAWSON. 

. tv.liiUliiiln'il attout iSto. 



T. l'l ; .L\. t Co. 



Sheriff ' Uitl /W/Vr v. 

NI.\\M AMI i . K-t,liIi ihnl hy Mi. 

LrWIII'., .tUiilf iMrtri. 

HKWKLL 

ST. ANTHONY'S. 

SHWHI.L fc DON KIN. 



MOOKK & <'<) 
SOU'I'HWICK. 



) -Hid t '*>, 



STOCKTON 
POTT 1C RY. 

w. s. & c. 

QUKKNS. WAKE. 
STOCKTON. 



by W, Niuilh ;uid I. \Vlwillt-y. 



co, lit 1751, Morty, 
inakr of bnwii stonowsire. 



226 l'ori'1'.KV AND rnKf'KLAlN. UKKHY. 

2a 




In ri -*, 

i! ;;*. ly XV, 

I f ,,n K tu.uK'u 




DMJHV. 





'771 





CHEI.SKA-DKKKY. Used 1769 to 1780. 





( :iiKi.Mc/\-Ln.;!u<Y, fJcforu 1780, 





C'KOWN 

Used 1780. Duesbury and Koan. 



I'OUCKf.AIN. 



227 




JDUESBURY 



('UOWN UKUUY, 
Marks us**d frrwi 1780 to ifit e, 



Derby 




hi KI-V. i\,itlv in.nk, 




228 



POKCKLAIN. PLYMOUTH. 




DK.KIIY. Courtnc.y was Bloor's London 




Stevenson and t'a in 1859, 




Stevenson :ml Hancock, 1859. 





DKKHY. Modern. 



LOWESTOFT. 



I 




YAKMnrru. Al mm 1700. Only a 
<U*crjrat<.>r, nut ;i niaiiuiitcttircr. 



no? 



W K < TI I A M , K K NT, 1 65^1 t^ tO. 



FAYNH, 
SARUM. 

S.M.lsmmv. A 




MarcK 

14 
1768 

or 

Cookworthy's Factory, 



I'ORCKI.AIN. HKISTOt.. 



229 



1770 



Pl.YMNl III. IviMhlr.hril l^NH, hv 




a 



2J 



.VNWMfTii MAKK , 17'*?; tyyv. 



B 



7 



* 4- 



HKISTOI.. 





/ 

T 

X 

KM.ihlr-linl 1770, by <*liampinit, \vlrn 
|iitii'h;i'it*il * 'ttukworthy'ti patent in Tjr/a, 

,_, 

ItaiviHt, I'IIITI-KV. lv.i;UIr,hi*tl tyyy. 
l%iti/i .tiitl ( 'n, 



Robert As$lct< 
1 7 London S/nvt 2 1 

I 1 ' I J.IIAM NTUNKWAKK. 




KMI.IIAM. \V. *! Morgan, 



W&OULDINO 

* 

June 



IKLKWOKTH. ICstfUillshcd 1760, by 
' 1800. 



230 



POTTKKY LAMItKTH. 



LAMBETH DOULTON'S FAVKNCE AND 
STONEWARE, 




OOUtTOH 

6 SLATER'S 




DOULTON'S KAYENCE ARTISTS' SIGNATURES, 




Miss HANNAH B. ft,\ur,o\v. 




NTr, AKTiii'K 1^. HAUI.OW, 




Mi\ GEOKGK TINWOUTIK 



<E 



Mius Hoi.r. 




Miss F. T. 



fspl 



Miss M. CAPKS. 




Mlfi'. t 'KAVVI IV, 



Mis-. K. I.i.w 




Mr. !IIN KVKK, 



P81 



Mil'. K \IK KMI ;i- 



Mi-,:, Uo>,,\ Khi-.N 




i'.s Kim AK I is. 



I,AMI:KTII. 



Ml'.. I' MUM M I I\l!|,<l\\, 




Mi, P.t M i i.\ 



Mr. M U'U M.\ll'<llAI,l.. 



MARTIN'S SOUTH ALL 
STONKWARK. 



Martin Jinr 
London & Southall 



R. W. Martin & BreV 
London cH: Southall 



tit, fH;7 

Martin Brothers 
London & Southall 

Thti.su marks uiv scratched in citrsivi; 



POKCKLAIN. BOW. 



33 





How, Rstablibhed 1730; ceased 1775, 
Transferred to Derby. 



?U' 





A 





iiovv MARKS, 1730-1775, 








T 



-77 



Bow MAKKS, 



PORCELAIN, HOW- l.'H KI.SKA -WALKS. 



7 3 Tr 



% x K 




r 



W, Mnlirii;i.uir, nf Tti 




r 






A 






i 1745 i 
1769. Tranhfitwal to I )iu:,*.bury, of 



< 'HI.I SF.A, iwi',f*rl iiiiiilt (vny duty). 




I1AVNKS, OILIAVVN & Di- 
CAMltRlAN POTTKKY, 

SWANSKA. 

SVVANKKA. I'/itablislicrl 1750; taken 

by O. Hnyni's, 1780 ; ceased i8ao, tiud 

removed to Ccti 



234 I'OTTKKV AND POKCKLAIN. WALKS IRELAND. 



OPAQUE CHINA. 

SWANSEA. 

Swansea. 

ISWATSuSEAl 
JPILLWYNWJ 




SVVANSKA. Marks. 




LLANRLLY. Founded by Chranben. 
In 1868, Won-iusou ami Co. 






NANTGARW. Established 1813, by 
Billingslcy ; ccasecl 1820. 



NANTGARW. 




DUW.IN. Uncertsiin. About 1760, 

DONOVAN. 

Donovan, 
Dublin. 

Dt'm.tN, 1700. 
Donovan, a rlnccirutor only. 




Established 1856, l)y 
Messrs. Armstrong and McBirnuy. 



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